BTM 200 - Fundamentals of Information Technology
Today, understanding the fundamentals of information technology (IT) is necessary. This course deals with information technology issues such as software, hardware, tele-communications, the Internet and personal productivity. The course will bring you up to speed on the different facets of information technology and will prepare you not only for courses to come but also for today's industry expectations.
This course is designed to provide you with the opportunity to deal with information technology from different perspectives and focuses on practice rather than theory. To that effect, you are required to be an active participant by participating in a number of interactive activities. From a pedagogical perspective, the design of the course is based on cognitivism and inquiry. Cognitivism focuses on the use and development of cognitive skills (as they relate to IT in this case) while 'inquiry' is derived from learning by exploration. Additionally, web-based support activities are provided by means of a series of virtual tutorials. The format provides an opportunity to further develop self-directed learning, encompassing 40 hours of hands-on experience in a virtual laboratory.
Students are required to complete readings, practice exercises, watch video clips and do self-assessments before taking quizzes and exams.
- Summer II (May 10 - August 17, 2021)
- Fall (September 7 - December 6, 2021)
- Winter (January 6 - April 13, 2022)
Joe Abou Jaoude
Undergraduate, 3 credits
$100.8 CAD + applicable taxes.
Students who have received credit or exemption for DESC 200, INTE 290, COMM 499I or equivalent may not take this course for credit.
Technology in Action Complete, 3rd Custom Edition for JMSB by Alan Evans, Kendall Martin, and Mary Anne Poatsy, Taken from: 13th Edition, Pearson
Concordia students must register for this course in their MyConcordia portal. It is strongly recommended that they consult Concordia's class schedule prior to enrolling in order to be aware of any registration restrictions (see the notes).
Once registered, students must then sign up for an eConcordia account to access the course material.
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Disclaimer: Information regarding the eConcordia course found on this page may change without notice. For the most recent course list, visit the MyConcordia Portal. Furthermore, if this represents the initial offering of the course, no course outline will be available until the start of the first active semester.