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IT Problem Solving (3 credits)

Several IT concepts are introduced including programming, databases, networking, web servers and how they work together in a modern system. Students work in groups to implement examples of these systems. The course examines the importance of key issues such as security and human-computer interaction (HCI). Students should leave the course with an understanding of the components of modern systems and the scope of knowledge needed to become an IT professional.


Placement into Math115.

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