2-Course Aim

  1. Define management and economics principles for computing disciplines.
  2. State professional, moral and ethical issues involved in the exploitation of computer technology.
  3. Make judgments of computer system considering balanced costs, benefits, safety, quality, reliability, and environmental impact.
  4. Explode the professional, legal, and ethical issues for computing industry.
  5. Develop a range of fundamental skills, through the use of online resources, technical repositories and library-based material.
  6. 6.       Make use of a wide range of learning resources.  manage self-learning.
  7. 7.        Retrieve the information efficiently.

8. present reports for a range of audiences by using mix of tools and aids.