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  Tching prayed on the Mountain and wrote

            MAKE IT NEW on his bath tub.

   Day by day make it new,

            cut the underbrush,

   pile the logs,

             Keep it growing.

                                                --- Ezra Pound, Canto LIII


 
 
 

Courses

 
 
 

 

ITDB 4201 Advanced Database Modeling

ITDB 4201 is an advanced course in database modeling drawing distinctions between data modeling, process modeling and implementation. Topics include Structured Query Language (SQL), Entity-Relationship modeling, relational algebra, normalization and relational database modeling, integrity constraints, and database security. Student teams design a database to integrate concepts learned. Prerequisite(s): ITFN 2512 (C), ITFN 3144 (C), ITFN 3314 (C), ITFN 3601 (C).

 

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ITFN 1101 Foundations of Information Technology

This course integrates the study of information and information technology across a milieu of academic disciplines and professional fields. Informatics supports development of knowledge through multidisciplinary application of information systems. Topics include: Information theory; knowledge management; legal and policy issues; responsibilities of informatics professionals; cultural, social, and ethical issues; and application of informatics to a variety of disciplines. Students will implement an informatics system applying current informatics applications and trends.Prerequisite(s): ITFN 3103 (C), ITFN 3112 (C), ITFN 3144 (C).

 

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ITFN 2214 Web Application Development

This course exposes students to techniques used in database design and web application development for interactive content. Interactive web-based database application design and development are covered including control mechanisms, models, and views design and development. Server-side scripting and advanced web languages are introduced to facilitate students building dynamic web pages with graphics, sound, video, and animation while accessing customized databases via the Internet. Student teams build an integrated database application using high-level tools.Prerequisite(s): ITFN 1201 (C), ITFN 1401 (C), and ITFN 1303 (C) or equivalent.

 

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ITFN 4154 Informatics Integration

This course exposes students to techniques used in database design and web application development for interactive content. Interactive web-based database application design and development are covered including control mechanisms, models, and views design and development. Server-side scripting and advanced web languages are introduced to facilitate students building dynamic web pages with graphics, sound, video, and animation while accessing customized databases via the Internet. Student teams build an integrated database application using high-level tools.Prerequisite(s): ITFN 1201 (C), ITFN 1401 (C), and ITFN 1303 (C) or equivalent.

 

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WBIT 3110 Systems Analysis and Design

This course introduces the fundamental principles of the design and analysis of IT applications. In this course, students will learn to apply the tools and techniques commonly used by systems analysts to build and document IT applications.Classical and structured tools for describing data flow, data structure, process flow, file design, input and output design, and program specifications will be studied, as well as object-oriented techniques.

 

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