COURSE NUMBER & TITLE:ITE-111 Information Technology Principles (formerly CSC-111)
PREREQUISITES:MTH 105 or equivalent
An introductory course that exposes students to the academic discipline of Information Technology (IT). Pervasive IT themes; IT history, organizational issues, ethical aspects and relationship of IT to other computing disciplines will be covered.
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The Department of Computer Science is located in Suite 320 Robinson Technology Center. The individual faculty offices are located within the suite.
This is a required course for the BS.ITE Information Technology program. It is designed to cover the introductory core body of knowledge in the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) recommendation for baccalaureate Information Technology curriculum (October 2005). It is the role of the IT professional to select, design, deploy, integrate, and administer network and communication infrastructures in an organization. This course provides an overview of information technologies, solutions, and applications.
The primary method of instruction will be lectures by the instructor with examples, demonstrations and drills. Students will also participate through class and group discussions.
|Lab Assignments 40%|
|Final Exam 20%|
|A:||90 - 100|
|B+:||87 - 89|
|B:||80 - 86|
|C+:||77 - 79|
|C:||70 - 76|
|D+:||67 - 69|
|D:||60 - 66|
The Department of Computer Science employs a No Tolerance policy on cheating. Cheating includes, but is not limited to, copying others work, misrepresenting the work of others as your own (includes online sites), plagiarism, sharing when unauthorized, and the use of cell phones and/or electronic media when unauthorized. The following outlines the departmental procedure if a student is suspected of cheating during their academic tenure with the Computer Science Department at Norfolk State University.
The department requires all work that contributes to a student's grade to be the unaided work of the student. Copying work of others, working together, asking others for help and giving help are not ethical and prohibited. The only allowable sources of help are the instructor or teaching assistants. These rules apply to homework, tests, quizzes, laboratory exercises, take-home examinations and in-class examinations. When exceptions to the policy are made; as in the case of group projects, the allowable cooperation will be explained by the instructor.
Any violation of the above rules or any other form of dishonesty, such as, changing an answer on an examination paper that has been returned and claiming credit for the corrected answer, will be treated seriously by the Department. In most cases, the students involved will immediately fail the course. Except in exceptional cases, where it can be demonstrated that work has been stolen from a student without the student's knowledge, the same penalties will apply to the provider and the copier.
Classroom Lectures with web-enhanced course material delivered through NSU Blackboard
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