Apr 21, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

ITE 350 IT System Integration, Administration, and Management

4 Credit(s)
Virtually all organizations have IT needs. It is the role of the IT professional to design, select, apply, deploy and manage computing systems to support the organization. This course presents methods, tools, and techniques used to design, build, and administer a viable IT environment. It assumes prior knowledge of computer architecture, IT fundamentals, networking, programming, and information management. Topics to be presented include installing and configuring operating systems and applications, IT administrative activities, administrative domains, software requirements and testing, software acquisition and sourcing, integration and deployment, project management, testing and quality assurance, and system architecture. Three lecture hours per week and three hours of scheduled laboratory per week.
Prerequisites: ITE315 , ITE320 , ITE330 .