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 Credit Hours  3      PreReq.: Web Programming

This course introduces principles and terminology of multimedia, images, audio, video, authoring tools and systems, multimedia and the web, interactive technologies for multimedia, types and forms of multimedia (graphics, images, animation, audio, image, etc.), multimedia metadata, and display modes, multimedia integrated authoring, media design, the use of multimedia authoring tools, future trends in interactive multimedia.

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Credit Hours  3      PreReq.: Programming Language(1)

The World Wide Web is both a technology and powerful resource in our society and culture. To build functional and effective websites, students need technical and design skills as well as analytic skills for understanding who is using the web, in what ways they are using it, and for what purposes. This course aims to build internet applications using programming languages: HTML, Java Script and ASP.NET.

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Credit Hours   3            PreReq.: Programming Language(1)

This course introduces students to object-oriented programming concepts using C++ programming Language (objects, classes, methods, abstraction and encapsulation). In this course, students will learn: strings, arrays, pointers, constructors and destructors, overloading, friend functions, type conversions, templates, virtual functions, polymorphism, inheritance, interfaces, inner classes, exception handling and threads.

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credit hours 3        PreReq.: None

Students who pass the placement test successfully or ICDL certified are exempted from taking this course.

This course covers the topics: Computer Software and Hardware, Windows Specifications and Features, Introduction to Word processing, Spreadsheets, Presentation design, Internet and E-mail.

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credit hours 3        PreReq.: None

The course aims to give students the ability to use the various computer programs needed in daily life, the importance role played by PCs, how to maintain PCs, and how to use PCs the right way. Also, the course will include: an overview of the technological developments in modern personal computing, the criteria for selecting PC components and determine their specifications. Also, the Students will learn fundamental concepts of software and become familiar with a variety of computer applications, including MS Windows, MSOffice (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and how to upload them to the system, protect the system from viruses and illegal intrusions, health concerns, ethical use of computers and information systems, optimal use of the devices.

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 Credit Hours  3       PreReq.: None     

This course is an introduction to the field of Information Technology (IT) focusing on the most important concepts of information technology. The aim of the course is to give some fundamental issues surrounding the world of computing through a balance between theory and applied learning of these important topics of information Technology. The course covers the topics: Computer Software and Hardware, System Unit, Input and Output, Secondary Storage, Programming Languages, Databases and Computer Networks.

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Credit Hours  3       PreReq.: None

This course will introduce the basics of computer networks and their importance in different areas in terms of saving time and effort to get the information and provide services at high speed and accuracy, as well as introduce students to use the internet and intra-net, extra-net and World Wide Web, the benefits of using the Internet to store and retrieve data to be used in the development of learning and teaching process, the basic concepts of e-business - terms and concepts of e-commerce, security and protection criteria in the e-business environment. Also, the course will cover topics such as: E-mail service, search and retrieval of information, as well as the development and publishing of Web pages on the Internet using SharePoint Designer software.

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