cit278 | undergraduate
Internet Business Concepts
This undergraduate-level course is 5 To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Data and Security
- Recognize security problems such as; viruses, malware, and certificates related to e-mail, web browsers, and messaging in the workplace.
- Describe basic database concepts.
E-Commerce, Ethical, and Social Issues
- Explain e-commerce models and technologies.
- Describe the ethical and legal issues facing IT professionals.
- Explain the differences between proprietary and open-source development.
Operational Excellence and Project Management
- Explain project management as related to IT professionals.
- Communicate technical issues to a non-technical audience.
- Describe how enterprise applications are taking advantage of new technologies.
Web Connection Requirements
- Explain the importance of standards and organizations related to web development.
- Identify the infrastructure, hardware, and software required to support web connections.
- Identify the various job roles in the IT industry; especially the responsibilities, tasks, and skills required for those related to the Web.
- Define the concepts of collaboration and innovation capabilities of Web 2.0.
- Describe IT infrastructure to support the Web.
- Describe web-based technologies, including search functions.
- Explain the benefits and drawbacks of cloud computing technologies.
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