Fundamentals of Web-Based Information Technology

Fundamentals of Web-Based Information Technology
Web technologies including distributed architecture, networking, database concepts, client and server development, infrastructure management, and web system integration.
 Hours2.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 3.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesC S 142 & IT 101; or instructor's consent.
 TaughtFall Term 1, Winter Term 1
 ProgramsContaining IT 210A
Course Outcomes

Understand IT core concepts

Define and describe fundamental computing platform concepts of operating systems and networking and their relationship to Standards

Integrate web-based systems

Analyze, create and integrate systems both at the Web Architecture and at the Web System Architecture levels.

System Administration

Demonstrate system administration skills necessary to manage web systems using best practices.

Information Assurance and Security

Review and analyze web systems for specific Information Assurance and Security (IAS) issues, including multiple viewpoints of incident response, within the framework of standard IAS models.

Use modeling for design

Analyze and design web systems using professional modeling approaches. This includes systems process development within a larger systems lifecycle model using best practices.

Life-long learning

Acquire and apply life-long learning skills to find, assess, utilize, and attribute web development resources on the Web.

Written Communication

Demostrate skills in technical communication