CIT 122 : Information Technology Fluency II
This course introduces students to logic and problem solving in the computing environment. Students develop a basic idea of programming, communicating with data, debugging, and solving computing problems. Students continue to acquire the intellectual knowledge as well as the concepts, skills, and capabilities essential to a deep understanding of information technology. This course is the second of three courses needed to fulfill this objective. Prerequisite: CIT 121 or permission of the instructor. Three lecture hours per week. Instructional Support Fee applies. Gen. Ed. Competencies Met: Information Literacy. 3 credits Spring
- Effectively read, write and evaluate algorithms.
- Design and create effective databases.
- Effectively structure and execute Structured Query Language (SQL) queries.
- Optimize data structures and tables that eliminate duplication, unnecessary data entry.
- Explain the rules of relational database and database normalizations.