This 3-unit course will offer an opportunity for students that may not
have prior knowledge of the basic science of the environment, especially in studying
the environmental issues from a various scientific perspectives. Using a holistic
framework against environmental issues and other environmental-related matters,
an interdisciplinary approach will grasp and create input for students with the
general concepts and principles pertaining to a complex pattern of interaction
between the physical and biological communities on earth, both on local and
regional dimensions. Disaster risk management techniques and other alternatives strategies in relation
This course is designed to impart a critical theoretical and detailed
practical knowledge of a range of computer network security technologies as well as network security tools.
Course Learning Outcomes (CLOs) / Course Objectives (COs):
After the completion of the course, the student will be able to:
- 1. Identify software vulnerabilities and apply various security mechanisms to protect
- against security attacks.
- 2. Demonstrate shellshock attack and its countermeasure.
- 3. Demonstrate buffer-overflow attack, locate and fix security leaks in a computer
- 4. Implement firewall and its variants.
- 5. Implement PKI and TLS.
This course provides a basic understanding of
vector spaces and matrix algebra; with application to solutions of systems of
linear equations and linear transformation. Students of this course are
expected to employ computer applications/software and other technological
devices as tools in learning and problem solving.
This course provides with important concepts of the methods of research covering the design data collection, statistical application and development of research instruments. This also requires the student to prepare a research proposal which includes the introduction, significance of research, methodology and timeline of the study.
Title : Management Information System
Code : MIS 313
Units : 3 Pre-requisite : Co-requisite : NONE
Hours : Lec: 6 Lab.: 0 Standard Ref. : CMO 46, 2012
II. Course Description:
This course introduces the foundations of information systems in business needed by business professionals, including the conceptual system components and major types of information systems. In addition, trends in information systems and an overview of the managerial challenges associated with information systems are presented. It also introduces fundamental concepts of competitive advantage through information technology and illustrates major strategic applications of information systems.
III. Course Outcomes (CO):
CO1. Explain the foundations of information systems in business.
CO2. Discuss the fundamentals of strategic advantage and use information technology for strategic advantage.
CO3. Outline the major technologies and uses of computer peripherals for input, output, and storage.
CO4. Explain the purpose of several popular software packages for end-user productivity and collaborative computing.
CO5. Explain how database management software helps business professionals and support operations.
CO6. Identify several major developments and trends in the industries, technologies and business applications of telecommunications and internet.
CO7. Give examples of how internet and other information technologies support business within the business functions of accounting, finance, human Resource management, marketing, and production and operations management.