Basic course information Course Code PHA - 32Course Title Computer & its ApplicationCredit Hours 04Theory 03Practical 01Lecture Duration 1 HoursNumber of Lectures 64
Course Description 3-credit course - introduces Concepts in information technology that provide the technical foundation for state-of-the-art applications Information Management Information Transmission Systems Real world Applications
Course Objectives Students will gain literacy in the underlying principles and vocabulary of Information Technology Acquire a solid background on the applications of IT To Explore the core concepts for the field of Information Technology To Explain how information is used in the organization To Describe how information technology can be tied together to improve the organizations. To discuss information systems development process.
Course Objectives. (Cont.) To explore how computing is integrated with high speed communication links in Information technology? To explain the scope of Information technology in the information age To discover the impact of IT on different areas Explore technical, legal, ethical issues related it Information Technology in a Global perspective Student can make conformance the analogy of real world’s applications of Information Technology to its core Concepts
Grading Policy: 1 Assignments 10% 2 Quizzes 5% 3 Attendance 5% 3 Mid term 30% 4 Final Exam 50%
Assignments / Quizzes 6-7 assignments A 5-7 quizzes will take place in the class to measure the learning progress of the students. These quizzes will be announced or unannounced.
Plagiarism Policy: During this course a strict no tolerance plagiarism policy will be adopted Collaboration in this course is highly encouraged you must ensure that you do claim other people’s work/idea as your own. Plagiarism occurs when the words, ideas, assertion, theories, figures, images, programming code of others is presented as your own work Failing to comply with plagiarism policy will lead to strict penalties including zero marks in assignments and quizzes