CIT 113 : Applied Technology Exploration

This course gives students hands-on experiences in a wide variety of technology applications. The students work with projects in areas such as web design and development, social networking, multimedia, logic, programming, operating systems, and databases. The students will also explore issues of security, privacy, ethics and networking. Throughout this course students develop an understanding of the components of information technology systems and will explore career opportunities in technology. Three lecture hours per week. Competency met: Critical Analysis (1.0) Fall

  1. Students that successfully complete this course will be able to:
  2. Understand and effectively implement important aspects of Information Technology
  3. Evaluate career possibilities and requirements in Information Technology
  4. Apply critical thinking to solving Information Technology
  5. Experiment with a variety of developments within Information Technology

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