Information Technology Exam Preparation

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Total learning: / 4 quizzes Time: 2 weeks
  • Fundamentals of Modern Computing Concepts  We are living in a world that is characterized by rapid change, voluminous data, and complex dynamics, the graduate of the ICT Associate degree programme will be employed by organizations that are striving to remain viable in the Information Age. The use of technological tools instead of humans to perform many job functions will increase in popularity in years to come. As it is only through use of these tools that organizations will be able to improve the efficiency of their operations. 0/0

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  • Introduction of Computer Science   This course is meant for ICT students just entering the Information Communication Technology major and interested students from other disciplines. It will give you a broad overview of different areas of computer science. This will enable you to get an idea of the types of issues studied, and the skills required, in the rest of your ICT curriculum. 0/0

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  • Introduction of Programming and Problem Solving   The mass production of computers and constant reduction in their cost has given more people access to computer technology in their homes, schools and places of work. The prevalence of computer communication hardware in developed and developing societies have given far more people access to powerful computers, in the form of desktops, laptops, handhelds, and notebooks, than was the case a decade ago. Yet, the myth surrounding the complexity of the matter of programming has kept many brilliant Caribbean scholars from pursuing programming as a business. Hence, Caribbean nationals remain more interested in being end-users rather than developers of computer programs. 0/1

  • Introduction to Computer Science: Software Engineering   The field of software engineering (SE) is concerned with all aspects of software development, from the early stages of system specification to maintaining the system after it has gone into use. This includes technical processes of software development as well as activities such as software project management and the development of tools, methods, and theories to support software development. This course focuses on helping students to develop good understanding of the fundamental concepts and principles for the cost-effective engineeringof high-quality software systems. 0/1

  • Introduction to Management Information System   This course seeks to help students to examine how technology and information systems affect business. It places much emphasis on providing students with opportunities to examine the profitable and effective use of systems in business. 0/1

  • Introduction to Basic Computer Systems Assembly   This course will provide the student with the opportunity to gain the computer assembly knowledge and skills that are necessary for entry-level positions in the ICT work environment. In addition to technical training, students are expected to develop appropriate basic knowledge of hardware components; electrical circuits, operating systems and utility software, and the problem-solving skills that are required (omission) solve computer hardware issues that arise in a technology-supported business environment. 0/1

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