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ITM 100: Introduction to Information Technology as a Profession
This course introduces students to the steps necessary to analyze a problem in information technology and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution, with a focus on how to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component...
Professors: Raymond E. Trygstad
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ITM 301: Introduction to Contemporary Operating Systems and Hardware I
Students study the basics of computer architecture and learn to use a contemporary operating system. Hardware requirements, hardware components, software compatibility, and system installation topics are covered along with post-installation, storage, security and system diagnosi...
Professors: Don R. Monte; Jeremy R. Hajek; Raymond E. Trygstad; (more)
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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ITM 302: Introduction to Contemporary Operating Systems and Hardware II
Introduces features of an advanced operating system, including basic commands, file and directory manipulation, text editing and suitability for server applications. Basic programming in this environment will be addressed through shell scripting for job automation along with shel...
Professors: Alon Friedman; Recep E. Kandemir
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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ITM 302: Intro to Contemp OS II
Introduces features of an advanced operating system, including basic commands, file and directory manipulation, text editing and suitability for server applications. Basic programming in this environment will be addressed through shell scripting for job automation along with shel...
Professors: Alon Friedman
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ITM 311: Introduction to Software Development
A broad introduction to object-oriented programming and the related knowledge necessary to program in a contemporary programming language. This would include coverage of an Application Development Kit, a standard integrated Development environment, and the use of GUI components.
Professors: Gordon S. Gehrs; Jeremy R. Hajek; Sheikh Shamsuddin
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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ITM 312: Introduction to Systems Software Programming
Introduces basic concepts of systems programming. Students learn to apply basic programming concepts toward solving problems, create source files and implement header files, work with and effectively use basic data types, abstract data types, control structures, code modularizati...
Professors: Gordon S. Gehrs; John E. Emrich; Sheikh Shamsuddin
Terms: Fall 12-13 | Credits: 3
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ITM 312: Intro Systems Sftwr Prgmng
Introduces basic concepts of systems programming. Students learn to apply basic programming concepts toward solving problems, create source files and header files, work with and effectively use basic data types, compile source code into binary executable files, and understand use...
Professors: Gordon S. Gehrs
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ITM 411: Intermediate Software Development
This course covers a broad spectrum of object-oriented programming concepts and application programming interfaces. The student considers the details of object-orientated development in topics of multi-threading, data structure collections, stream I/O and client interfaces. Softw...
Professors: Jeffrey H. Kimont
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ITM 412: Advanced Structured and Systems Programming
Structured programming continues with advanced concepts including strings, arrays, pointers, data structures, file manipulation, and dynamic memory management. Students create more complex applications that work with user input, manipulate user supplied text or text obtained from...
Professors: Sheikh Shamsuddin
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ITM 413: Open-Source Programming
Contemporary open-source programming languages and frameworks are presented. The student considers design and development topics in system, graphical user interface, network, and web programming. Dynamic scripting languages are covered using object-oriented, concurrent, and fun...
Professors: Jeffrey H. Kimont
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