This course emphasizes the use of information technology to develop distinct the competitive potential for strategic use of information systems with competitors, customers and suppliers with respect to products and services. It also examines strategies of actual companies and identifies other strategies that can be deployed to gain competitive advantage.
This course provides an introduction to the conceptual, institutional, historical, and legal foundations of contemporary information and communication policy. Current US Government policies in areas involved with information and information technology will be examined as well asthe associated issues of ethical uses of information and of privacy considerations.
Prerequisite – IFS 101
This course is designed to make student a better decision maker with better decision-making skills by providing strategies for further improvement in the future. It covers decision making and problem solving processes in organizations, utilizing logical and creative problem solving techniques. It also presents formal, optimal models and psychological, descriptive models to help student understand decision making abilities.
Prerequisite – IFS 101
This course covers data mining concepts, techniques, and software utilized in the overall process of discovering knowledge within data. It presents intelligent analysis of information stored in data sets that deals with extracting useful knowledge from raw data.The knowledge discovery process includes data selection, cleaning, coding, using different statistical and machine learning techniques.
Prerequisite – IFS 101

This course presents all functional levels within the enterprise to deliver information system security. It provides the technical and analytical skills to implement computer security. It covers topics such as technical, analytical, and communication skills, further engaging students in the practice of cyber security. It also focuses on multiple cyber security environments, technologies, processes, and concepts.

This course covers the essentials of computer and network technologies and it explores specific problems in applying law to cyberspace.It explores the sources of Internet law from intellectual property to tort and the legal complexities.Topics such as intellectual property, privacy, content control and the bounds of jurisdiction will be covered.

Prerequisite – IFS 101
This course covers intelligence and how it relates to both the physical and cyber domains. It also presents the techniques of computational intelligence, especially evolutionary computation and neural networks and how it enhances human decision making and learning and the automation of computing processes. It also focuses on the development of human source intelligence as a discipline.

Prerequisite – IFS 101


This course covers the nature of software and software projects, software development models, software process maturity and project planning. It presents the fundamental concepts and principles that underlie current and emerging methods, tools, and techniques for the cost-effective engineering of high-quality software systems.

Prerequisite – IFS 101


This course covers the nature of software and software projects, software development models, software process maturity and project planning. It presents the fundamental concepts and principles that underlie current and emerging methods, tools, and techniques for the cost-effective engineering of high-quality software systems.
Prerequisite – IFS 101