CIT 448 Global and Strategic Issues in Information Technology (3)

While information technologies remain the same across national borders, their usage and context change according to country cultures and national laws. Features such as information infrastructure, languages, business practice, intellectual property protection, and tariffs impact the adoption of IT in a transnational organization. In this course, students will define global technology issues and their impact, understand cultural differences and their effect on standards for the use of technology, develop resources to make informed decisions personally and professionally, and generally raise global awareness within an IT context.

Prerequisite(s): CIT/CSE 262 or permission of instructor.

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