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CFC is a non profit organization dedicated to enhancing the learning opportunities for school children by increasing their access to current computers and information technology.CFC helps train middle school students, high school students and college interns to refurbish and rebuild computers that are then donated to needy schools. Along with training programs CFC has other ways for the community to obtain computers. Individuals, businesses and nonprofit organizations can purchase computers at their Outlet Store. The contribution then goes back to help train more students!
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MA - Computer Resources and Information Management. ...
The 36 credit hours required for the master of arts (MA) with an emphasis in information technology management must include the following courses:
COMP 5970 Database Management (3) Students examine the fundamentals of database management systems, database design, and database administration.
In addition, the student chooses 9 hours of electives, to include ITM 5900, Issues in Information Technology Management, or other graduate elective courses offered in the program curricula of the School of Business and Technology majors.
INCOMPLETE..... Have 9 classes (27 credit hours)
Needed 12 classes (36 credit hours)
ITM 5000 Information Technology Management: Overview (3)
This overview course presents a managerial and technical perspective that considers the application and management of information and communications technology in business and other types of organizations. The course includes an overview of all the core courses in the ITM curriculum. This course is a prerequisite for all other courses in the program.
ITM 5100 Information and Communications Systems and Networks (3)
This course introduces students to the technical aspects of information and communications networks and technology. The course focuses on the interdependencies among information and communications technologies and architectures. Emphasis will be placed on the fundamentals of networks (LAN and WAN).
ITM 5200 Project Management of Information Technology (3)
This course introduces students to the procedures, tools, and techniques used in planning and managing major IT projects. Issues covered include definition, planning, implementation, control and evaluation of the project. The course also focuses on developing the manager's ability to organize and lead project teams, and conflict resolution.
ITM 5400 Systems Analysis, Design, and Implementation (3)
This course covers the spectrum of activities in information systems life cycle management. The life cycle from the feasibility study through implementation and maintenance is examined. The course includes examination of structured analysis and design, prototyping, procurement and conversion methods. The roles and responsibilities of various personnel involved, as well as the communication and documentation tools and techniques employed, are studied.