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The aims of this course are to develop student's knowledge of development of enterprise systems using web technology, to develop practical skills in high level programming and database design and implementation in an integrated development environment and to extend student's knowledge of the technical and managerial issues affecting the development of large-scale data-driven web-based systems.

The aim of this course is:
To understand the process of developing information technology to enable the organisation to achieve its business objectives.


The aim of this course is to introduce more advanced database concepts and provide the necessary knowledge and practical skills of creating and maintaining the database including database objects and data. It also teaches how to protect the database by designing a backup and recovery strategy; diagnose and tune common database performance problems.



Quality Information systems are critical to the success of many organisations. Underpinning the development of such quality systems is the application of pertinent development methodologies. An understanding of how Information systems methodologies can support the development of quality applications is an important skill required by any IS professional.

The aims of this course are to introduce database concepts and the use of relational database systems. This module by contrast emphasises implementation issues of relational database systems, and provides an insight into some of the recent developments in database technology.

Aims:

  • To develop the necessary knowledge and skills to manage the content of enterprise-wide data-driven web sites and intranets and their related databases.
  • To extend student's knowledge of the technical and managerial issues affecting the management of large-scale content management systems.
  • To develop critical awareness of issues relating to the content management of web sites and intranets.

The aim of this course is:
To understand the process of developing information technology to enable the organisation to achieve its business objectives.

The aims of this course are to introduce database concepts and the use of relational database systems. This module by contrast emphasises implementation issues of relational database systems, and provides an insight into some of the recent developments in database technology.

Quality Information systems are critical to the success of many organisations. Underpinning the development of such quality systems is the application of pertinent development methodologies. An understanding of how Information systems methodologies can support the development of quality applications is an important skill required by any IS professional.

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