CSC452 Information Systems Control and Audit


The purpose of this course is to introduce to the learners the concepts of controls, auditing and assurance of information systems in organizations and gain skills on how to plan and carry out an audit of information systems to ensure compliance.

CCC530 Foundational Concepts and Trends in Computer Science


The course seeks to provide grounding knowledge of foundational concepts in key computer science areas to equip students with the knowledge, skills and interest to investigate areas of current research more deeply. The course will also expose the student to trends and ongoing research in key computer science areas, preparing them to identify relevant research areas in their chosen specialization track.

CSC212 Systems Analysis and Design


The purpose of the course is to impart knowledge and skills that enable students carry out investigation, analysis and design of information systems

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CIT505: Electronic Commerce


Learning Outcomes

At the end of the unit learners are expected to:

CIT504: ICT Procurement Practice


Learning Outcomes

 At the end of the unit learners are expected to:

  • Demonstrate understanding of the role of the procurement function in organization
  • Explain various activities and processes involved in procurement
  • Demonstrate understanding of best practice in ICT procurement
  • Evaluate automated tools that can be used in the procurement process
  • Develop an ICT procurement plan

CSC325: Management Information Systems


Course Objectives

At the end of the course, learners will be able to:

CSC452 Information Systems Audit


Learning Outcomes:

Demonstrate a detailed understanding of the fundamental issues involved in and the potential pitfalls of the development, installation, operation, and maintenance of information systems

Acquire in-depth understanding of relevant issues of IS audit and its importance in different systems

Understand IS audit training, working, accreditation, and IS audit professional bodies

Apply the acquired knowledge to secure and protect the information assets of an organization

CSC 122 Databases


Course Description
Students will learn Database Design and Development, Relational Databases, SQL, Database Security, Transactions Processing, and Query Processing.
Learning Outcome
Describe the goals, roles, applications, of database systems
Demonstrate a detailed understanding of the principles and techniques of database systems design
Demonstrate a detailed understanding of Relational Database Management Systems (RDMS)
Specify, design and develop databases for a variety of applications
Demonstrate competence in SQL
Demonstrate detailed competence in securing databases

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