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This course introduces students to the use of quality management (QM) principles to the fast-paced, dynamic, and global software (Product) development. Software Engineering Standards in Testing and Quality Control and Assurance are also introduced. Metrics are covered with real-life examples. The metrics include; the Control charts, defect density, reliability, decision making metrics and others.
This course will examine Business Intelligence (BI) technologies that help a company to improve its business. It discusses BI topics from both managerial and technical perspectives. Managerial perspectives discuss how BI affects the organization's decision-making process, while technical perspectives discuss the foundation for an intelligent system (i.e., Machine learning, Warehousing, Online Analytical Processing, Data Mining). Practical exercises and projects will be assigned to enhance students' experience in business intelligent systems.
This course introduces students to the use of information technology (IT) and management information systems (MIS) within today’s fast-paced, dynamic, and global business environment.
Information Technology components, computer hardware: memory, CPU, machine cycle. numbering system: decimal, binary, octal, hexadecimal, operations, data representation, cooding. communications and networks multimedia, E-business, system software and applications, information system: analysis and development, problem solving : algorithm, flowchart and pseudo code.