ITEC 693: Selected Topics in Information Technology
Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor
Credit Hours: (1-3)
ITEC 693 covers selected topics in information technology, as student and faculty interest demands. A new course description is available each time the class is offered. Interested students should contact the course instructor before registering. This course may be taken more than once for credit with a different topic.
Detailed Description of Content of Course
Topics in information technology to be covered are decided by the instructor, department curriculum committee, and department chairperson. Content will depend on student and faculty interest. Course outlines will be approved by the Department of Information Technology Curriculum Committee before the course is offered.
Detailed Description of Conduct of Course
Conduct of the course will be a function of the topic and enrollment. Interested students should discuss the conduct of the course with the chairperson and the instructor prior to registration. Most instructors will present lectures and will expect students to work on assignments and/or projects. Student presentations may be required. Students may be required to work in small groups.
Goals and Objectives of the Course
1. To provide students the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills in areas of information technology not addressed by other departmental courses.
2. To provide faculty the opportunity to test new courses which may later be adopted as regular course
Graded tasks may include tests, quizzes, homework exercises, projects, class participation, group work, and attendance.
Other Course Information
Review and Approval