This subject provides an introduction to computing hardware and software along with the application of computing systems in a business environment. The subject commences with a discussion of computing architecture and data representation. Students are then introduced to the fundamentals of computer programming and software development as well as computer networking techniques. The subject also examines higher-level concepts, including the lifecycle phases of an information system. The subject concludes with a discussion of information system frameworks and governance requirements.
School of Computing and Mathematics
Available to postgraduate students only.
Not available to students who have completed any of the subjects ITC161, ITC104, ITC507, ITC577 or ITC411.
ITC104, ITC161, ITC180, ITC181, ITC182, ITC411, ITC507, ITC577
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