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COIT20228 Information and Communications Technology Management
On completion of this course students should possess a sound knowledge of the concepts and principles relating to the technology, security, management and organisational use of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT). This provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to apply a critical analytical perspective to the strategic use of ICT systems based on a thorough understanding of theory and contemporary practice. This is achieved through the research and analysis of current literature and applying the knowledge to practice. The course fosters independent thought and inquiry to critically evaluate ICT resources and the roles that they play in an enterprise environment. Along with the theoretical and technical foundations underlying the operations and use of contemporary computer networks and the issues related to the networks' environment, this course also covers a broad ICT-oriented understanding of information security issues. **STUDENTS WHO ARE CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN OR WHO HAVE PREVIOUSLY COMPLETED COIS20024 SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW CANNOT ENROL IN THIS COURSE.**
Course at a glance
|Requisites:||This course has no pre/co-requisites|
|Student Contribution Band:||2|
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