Information Technology Applications

Description

Expands and integrates students' information technology skills and knowledge through the investigation of specific information technology applications. Considers how a range of information technology components is combined in solving relevant problems. Integrates students' information technology knowledge and skills with their knowledge in application domains.

Availability

Ourimbah

  • Semester 2 - 2015

Learning Outcomes

1. Understand how software and hardware components can be combined into commonly used and innovative information technology applications;

2. Develop information technology solutions to complex problems from a number of application domains;

3. Apply their information technology skills and knowledge to problems of the type they will encounter in the information technology profession.

Content

  1. A number of diverse applications of Information Technology
  2. The methods and techniques used in each application
  3. Where appropriate, the software packages used to implement each application.


The applications addressed will vary from time to time, in keeping with the rapid change in Information Technology. Examples might be: computer-based modelling; real-time techniques; artificial intelligence; robotics; and cryptography.

Assumed Knowledge

INFT1004

Assessment Items

Written Assignment: Assignment 1

Written Assignment: Assignment 2

Formal Examination: Final Examination *

* This assessment has a compulsory requirement.

Compulsory Requirements

In order to pass this course, each student must complete ALL of the following compulsory requirements:

Course Assessment Requirements:

  • Formal Examination: Minimum Grade / Mark Requirement - Students must obtain a specified minimum grade / mark in this assessment item to pass the course. - A mark of at least 40% in the Final Examination is required.

Contact Hours

Lecture

Face to Face On Campus 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term

Tutorial

Face to Face On Campus 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term