ICT 701 - ICT in Organizations

Course Description

Evaluation of information and communication technology. Impacts of information and communication
technologies on organizations and society.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
  1. Compare definitions of information, communication, technology, and Information & Communication
  2. Technologies (ICT)
  3. Appraise the history of ICT
  4. Design ICT systems
  5. Assess the impact of ICT’s on organizations and society research, e‐commerce, e‐business, egovernment, and the learning models
  6. Predict future trends in ICT
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ICT 702 - Seminar in ICT

Course Description

Current topics in information and communications technology.  Development of competencies to meet MS in Information & Communication Technologies requirements.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course the learner will be able to:
  1. Examine influences of ICT on the global economy
  2. Examine the impacts of ICT on social, psychological, and philosophical patterns
  3. Analyze an ICT enterprise to identify underlying organization and operational issues that may suggest the expansion or contraction of the enterprise
  4. Develop a review of literature attentive to a select MS-ICT emphasis topic in context with one’s own learning outcomes or career direction
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INMGT 700 - Organizational Research Methods

Course Description

Quantitative and qualitative approaches to organizational and industrial research. Application of appropriate research tools to understand interpersonal relationships, analyze and design jobs, organizations and systems. This course should be taken the next to last semester in a student's coursework. Development of a research proposal that may be used to complete master's level field project/thesis.


Course Objectives

After completing this course, students will be able to:
  1. Understand the differences between quantitative and critical approaches to organizational research and how to use each
  2. Critique published organizational research articles for differences in methodology, theory, and use
  3. Practice writing and framing a problem statement and know how to choose the appropriate research methodology
  4. Develop a valid data collection instrument
  5. Understand various data collection methods for surveys, interpretive, and critical research
  6. Develop valid decisions or conclusions based on research data
  7. Interpret common descriptive statistics (correlation, t test, and Chi Square)
  8. Cost research activities
  9. Evaluate problem-oriented research
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MEDIA 710 - Learning Technologies

Course Description


Overview and selection criteria of instructor-led, computer-based, and distance learning systems for  delivering content to trainees in the workplace. Includes the development of training materials in a variety of formats.

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, the learner will be able to:

    1. Use an instructional systems design model to design training courses and modules, which are to be         delivered using contemporary instructional technology
    2. Develop training courses, modules and materials using computer-based technology
    3. Select appropriate training methods to meet training course and program needs
    4. Select appropriate hardware, software and delivery systems to meet training course and program            needs
    5. Deliver a training module using a contemporary instruction technology
    6. Evaluate the delivery of a training course, module or program
    7. Provide leadership in the proper utilization of delivery systems for training
    8. Apply research and forecasting technique

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