Integrated Information Technology
ITEC 101 - Thriving in the Tech Age (3 Credits)
Pervasive impact of computers on today's global society; skills and strategies for using technology. How information technologies impact daily life and drive change.
Carolina Core: VSR
ITEC 143 - Advanced Business Document Preparation (3 Credits)
Emphasis on production and versatility in preparing business documents. Not for TSTM majors. For business teacher certification.
Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Leadership Experiences
ITEC 204 - Program Design and Development (3 Credits)
Fundamental algorithms and processes used in business information systems. Development and representation of programming logic. Introduction to implementation using a high-level programming language.
ITEC 233 - Introduction to Computer Hardware and Software (3 Credits)
Understanding of current computer hardware and software through computer building, repairing, and troubleshooting.
ITEC 242 - Business Communications (3 Credits)
ITEC 243 - Word Processing Concepts and Technology (3 Credits)
Introduction to word processing concepts and applications.
ITEC 245 - Introduction to Networking (3 Credits)
Understanding the essential concepts of computer networks, including standards, topologies, security, media, switching, routing, and more.
ITEC 264 - Computer Applications in Business I (3 Credits)
Survey of core skills and techniques for spreadsheet design and analysis of business problems.
ITEC 265 - Introduction to Databases (3 Credits)
Fundamentals of modern database design and applications.
ITEC 270 - Records Control (3 Credits)
Analysis and control of office records including creation, processing, maintenance, protection, and disposition.
Prerequisites: ITEC 264.
ITEC 293 - Cybersecurity Operations (3 Credits)
Operations in Security Operations Centers (SOC). Securing information systems by monitoring, analyzing, detecting, and responding to security events.
ITEC 301 - Professional Internship Seminar (3 Credits)
ITEC 352 - Software Design (3 Credits)
ITEC 362 - Introduction to Web Systems (3 Credits)
ITEC 370 - Database Systems in Information Technology (3 Credits)
Survey of techniques for working with enterprise-level database systems.
Prerequisites: C or better in ITEC 265.
ITEC 390 - Special Topics in Information Technology (1-3 Credits)
Advanced concepts, issues, and trends in information technology. Course content varies and will be announced in the schedule of classes by title. May be taken twice for credit.
ITEC 399 - Independent Study (1-6 Credits)
Contract approved by instructor, advisor, and department head for undergraduate students.
Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Research
ITEC 444 - Introduction to Human Computer Interaction (3 Credits)
ITEC 445 - Advanced Networking (3 Credits)
Advanced administration of client/server networks with major emphasis on network operating system software.
ITEC 447 - Management of Information Technology (3 Credits)
ITEC 475 - Mainframe Systems (3 Credits)
ITEC 476 - Job Control Language (3 Credits)
ITEC 490 - Special Topics in Information Technology (3 Credits)
Advanced concepts, issues, and trends in information technology. Course content varies and will be announced in the schedule of classes by title. Satisfies IIT elective requirement. May be taken three times for credit.
ITEC 493 - Information Technology Security for Managers (3 Credits)
Information technology security from a managerial perspective, including security awareness, risk assessment, and security policy development.
Prerequisites: C or better in ITEC 445.
ITEC 495 - Professional Internship (6 Credits)
Internship coordinated by a faculty member and supervised by an approved business supervisor. Contract approved by instructor, advisor, and department head is required for undergraduate students.
Prerequisites: C or better in ITEC 301.
Graduation with Leadership Distinction: GLD: Professional and Civic Engagement Internships
Experiential Learning: Experiential Learning Opportunity
ITEC 510 - Emerging Information Technology Trends (3 Credits)
Survey of emerging information technology (IT) trends, featuring IT industry professionals presenting disruptive and emerging information technologies being developed and/or adopted by businesses within South Carolina.
ITEC 520 - Exploring The Internet of Things (3 Credits)
The Internet of Things (IoT) and its transformation of our lives, organizations, and communities. Uses simulations, virtualization, and various microcontrollers to reinforce key IoT concepts.
ITEC 534 - Advanced Human Computer Interaction (3 Credits)
Review of current trends & challenges of human-computer interaction, the design of emerging technologies including AI-driven technologies, such as chatbot design, Internet of Things design, and human-robot interaction design, biometric evaluation methods, and usability testing with AI-driven emerging technologies.
Prerequisites: B or better in ITEC 444 or ITEC 762.
ITEC 544 - Training Systems (3 Credits)
Theory, design, and implementation of technology-based training systems, including hardware and software solutions.
Prerequisites: C or better in ITEC 444.
ITEC 545 - Telecommunications (3 Credits)
Telecommunications systems, applications, and equipment allowing for the global dissemination of information.
ITEC 552 - Linux Programming and Administration (3 Credits)
ITEC 560 - Project Management Methods (3 Credits)
ITEC 562 - Advanced Web Support Systems (3 Credits)
The development of advanced, dynamic, Web-based information systems, including the integration of back-end database-records management systems.
Prerequisites: C or better in ITEC 362.
ITEC 564 - Capstone Project for Information Technology (3 Credits)
ITEC 570 - Database Management and Administration (3 Credits)
Introduction to database administration and implementation using an enterprise-level Relational Database Management System (RDBMS).
Prerequisites: C or better in ITEC 370.
ITEC 590 - Special Topics in Integrated Information Technology (3 Credits)
Advanced concepts, issues, and trends in technology support and training management. Course content varies and will be announced in the schedule of classes by title. May be repeated twice for credit.