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CBUS 208D2 Facilitation for Results. (8 credits)
See CBUS 208D1 for course description.
CBUS 237 Aerospace Business & Strategy. (4 credits)
This course examines the nature of the aerospace industry and will provide students with the language and framework in which business is conducted. Topics covered include: basic market supply–demand principles in various segments of aviation; fundamentals and models of strategic planning and their application in aerospace using current case studies; overview of the key OEM and major current new aircraft development programs; tier 1 to 3 ecosystems; the business model for new products and services and aftermarket practices; the role of other key stakeholders, agencies, regulatory bodies, international associations, alphabet organizations and capital providers.
CBUS 238 Basic Principles of Project Management. (2.5 credits)
This introductory course is designed for those who are seeking essential project management knowledge. It provides an overview of the basic principles of project management and their practical application. Topics covered include: project initiation & planning; managing project constraints: time, cost and scope; project risk assessment, project change control and close out.
CBUS 251 Contemporary Issues in Parliamentary Governance. (4 credits)
This course addresses core functions of Parliament, including the legislative process and interactions with civil society; legislative- executive-judiciary relations; parliamentary values - codes of conduct; the role and responsibilities of: the opposition, the backbencher, committees and parliamentary staff; the corporate management of parliament; and parliamentary procedure & aspects of debate.
CBUS 254 Introduction to Agile Project Management. (3 credits)
This introductory course provides an overview of Agile concepts, principles, and methodologies in project management. Emphasis will be placed on how the Agile approach can help project teams adapt to constantly changing market demands and client requirements.
CBUS 262 Leading Data Science Projects and Teams. (4 credits)
This course focuses on the capabilities needed by organizations to successfully create a data driven culture and to properly lead data related projects all the way from idea to delivery.Topics covered include different roles and responsibilities within a data project, how to recruit, evaluate, and develop a team with diverse and complementary skill sets, define the goals of each stage of the data science pipeline. Challenges of data governance will also be addressed along with best practices in governance and compliance.
CCAU 511 Auditing 1. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019, Spring/Summer 2019
An introduction to: the nature and purpose of auditing, appointment, remuneration, powers, duties and responsibilities of an auditor; internal control; audit programs, financial statement presentation; procedures for verification of items in financial statements; audit reports.
CCAU 520 External Auditing. (3 credits)
An examination of the external auditor's legal rights and responsibilities in carrying out the external audit function with particular attention to current auditing standards and any current developments affecting them.
CCAU 525 Operational Auditing. (3 credits)
Appraisal of the internal control structure with the aim of providing management with recommendations on how to design, develop and implement findings will be examined taking into account the objectives and responsibilities of the internal audit function, its relationship with other units of the organization, various techniques and tools available.
CCCS 280 Introduction to Computer Information Systems. (3 credits)
Fall 2018, Winter 2019
An introduction to the role of computer information systems in modern society and organizations. Topics include: current trends in information systems, decision support systems, social media, business process improvements and competitive advantage, database technology, e-business and the digital economy, knowledge management, telecommunications and networking.
CCCS 300 Programming Techniques 1. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Winter 2019
Fundamental programming techniques, concepts, and data structures, including modularization and maintainability. Emphasis on facilitating communication and understanding between systems analysts and programmers to support decision-making.
CCCS 301 Programming Techniques 2. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2019
Object oriented design, modeling (UML) and programming techniques, including the creation of classes, the use of objects, inheritance, and other object oriented principles. Strong focus on problem solving techniques and ways in which programmers can support decision-making within an organization.
CCCS 310 Web Development. (3 credits)
Spring/Summer 2019
Development of web sites and web-based applications using page markup, style sheets, and client-side scripting. Emphasis will be placed on developing pages that support current standards and accessibility requirements, as well as multimedia, cross-platform development, and site deployment.
CCCS 315 Data Structures and Algorithms. (3 credits)
Winter 2019
Programming techniques used to implement algorithms on computers with an object oriented programming language through the careful design of data structures which support the efficient manipulation of data.
CCCS 321 Operating Systems Administration. (3 credits)
Fall 2018
Operating systems such as Windows and LINUX/UNIX environments, administration of computer servers, usage of script languages in various operating systems, back up procedures and remote access, communication protocol used among different systems, managing information and system security.
CCCS 325 Mobile Application Development. (3 credits)
Winter 2019
Examines the limitations and technical challenges of current mobile devices and wireless communications by using up-to-date software development tools and application programming interfaces. Develop small realistic applications for mobile devices by using a standard software development environment.
CCCS 330 Database Design and Business Applications Development. (3 credits)
Winter 2019
Design and implement applications that make use of different database management systems. Simple and complex Structured Query Language (SQL) used in manipulation of information, data design, querying, and programming. Connectivity to different databases through programming languages to implement web applications.
CCCS 425 Web Services. (3 credits)
Design, implementation, and deployment of web services-based solutions to solve common problems in the distributed application domain.
CCCS 431 Networking Fundamentals. (3 credits)
Winter 2019
Fundamental concepts and practices of network principles, technical and managerial aspects of data communications, overview of local area and wide-area networks, network topology, network protocols, Internet/intranets, client/server communication, and file sharing.
CCFA 500 Professional Ethical Practices. (1.5 credits)
Winter 2019
The Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct (“Code and Standards”) is the ethical benchmark for investment professionals around the globe, regardless of job title, cultural differences, or local laws. Accordingly, this course covers: professionalism and integrity of capital markets; duties to clients and employers; investment analysis and recommendations and conflicts of interest and responsibilities of a CFA. The course includes examination of case-studies in ethics and prepares students to pass the standard of practice exam.