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CALCULUS

The general approach of this course emphasizes the use of functions to construct models and the use of calculus to analyze models in the subject areas of management,economics,andsciences.Whenever possible we motivate our development of the concepts of calculus with a prior discussion of specific situation in these subject areas.We have avoided the formal theorem proof method of presentation,but we do furnish proofs of our results when we feel that they will be both understood by and instructive to the student.In this course we will introduce and discuss the following topics:functions,derivatives,graphing using the derivative,optimization,implicitdeffrentiation,deffrentiation of logarithmic and exponential functions,indefiniteintegrals,integration of logarithmic and exponential functions,definiteintegrals,integration by substitution,integration by parts,improperintegrals,functions of several variables,partialderivative,optimizing function of several variables,Lagrange multipliers and constrained optimization,Taylor series.

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COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE

The main objective of this course is to provide students a concise understanding of the underlying concepts and building blocks that make up digital computers and systems. Conceptual coverage includes the relevant analytic tools and design methodologies. Building blocks are the various integrated devices, modules, and their signal interactions.

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DATA STRUCTURES

The course mainly introduces the basic concept on data structure, how organizes and processes data in the computer. The course studies many effectively and efficiently algorithms to improve the processing of data. The course includes following topic: Time Complexity, Array Linked List、Stack、Queue、Tree、Graph、Sorting、Searching、and Hashing.

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OPERATING SYSTEMS

This course aims to introduce computer’s operating system, including process management, memory management, input and output management, files management and distributed systems.

Process management describes the processes, threads, CPU scheduling and deadlock, and explains how to get the maximum performance.

Memory management use and handle the replacement of the main memory, paging, segmentation and virtual memory.

File Management provides access and protection methods for file structure.

Export Management includes input and output devices and disk management. Distributed systems help system structure, file access and processing. Finally, we illustrate how the computer system gets maximum performance.

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DATA WAREHOUSING AND DESIGN

The development of computer technology grows rapidly as well as the need of multidimensional data model is increased and its related tools are developed quickly. The data warehouse is used to store large amount of data, current data and historical data, efficiently. It can also help decision maker making correct decision quickly.  This course covers topics including the fundamental concept of data warehouse, the structure of data warehouse and it components, data design and data preparation, and information retrieve and the application of data warehouse.

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ECONOMICS

(A) Aim of This Course: This course is designed to give students a thorough understanding of economics and to help generalize concepts of economics.

(B)Course Objectives: This course will discuss and research the causes of problems in modern economy, as well as resource choices and allocation for maximal effects. The course is also divided into microeconomics and macroeconomics.  Theories will be explained with economic conditions and social phenomena of different countries as cases.  Abstract theoretical tools will be applied for resolving actual economic problems.

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COMMERCIAL LAW

Modern commercial law is contained in statute, statutory regulations and case law precedents augmented by custom and usage. Historically, the general order of development was as follows:
Usage---custom---code or precedents
Commercial law is not a legal code of R.O.C. It is contained in company, bills of exchange, insurance and admiralty act at least. Therefore commercial law course is not a single code stud. In an international economic century, commercial law changes quickly. It is the same as in our nation. Commercial law course is different in 2002. There are a number of significant areas. First, Changes in the law have been accommodated by a thorough revision of all chapters and by the addition of entirely new article in the act.
This course adopts the comparative law method, referring to numerous practices, foreign laws and precedent. We realize that not every legal question is carefully studied and coved. The main objectives are to draw sufficient attention and discussions from the legal community. Thus further progress on the theories, practices and legislation of our commercial law.

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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

This curriculum aim is making the student understands organization behavior of actual operation situation, make the learner be able to understand, estimate and control subordinate of behavior, train a student to manage and lead on the other hand talent; Train a student to study to organize a behavioral ability with analysis on the other hand.My primary goal is to provide that essential knowledge base and skill set so that future managers(students will be) can harness the power of employees and teams to successfully navigate the changing world of work. 

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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

As a required course for the Business College Student, this course is primarily designed to introduce contemporary IB theories, and their usage in exploring the underlying logic under which a multinational corporation organizes its cross border value added activities in re-sponse to the environment and competitive challenges. Considering our time limitation , this course will concentrate its effort on understanding how various theoretical angles could help in identifying the nature of problems and the dimensions of finding out eventual solutions. In brief, this course would like to serve as a kick off step of the whole acquiring process on the management of International Business. 

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ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS

This course teach not only the concept of AIS but also the IT and AIS development. After students learned AIS, than could be used to the practical field. The Accounting method can be extend to the making decision of fourth period of accounting development. 

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DATABASE MANAGEMENT

This course is designed to teaching the theory of database system. Various topics are included in this course. First, the development of database systems are introduced. The comparison of database and file systems are made to explain the reason why database are coming to exist. Next, database framework, ER-MODEL are illustrated. Then the topic of databse design, including functional dependency and normalization are taught. And, query languages, especially relational algebra and relational calculus are discussed. Besides, storage structure is illustrated to support physical database.

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MARKETING INFORMATION SYSTEMS

This course provides an overview of marketing management in organizations.  The basic objectives of the course are to provide students with a broad introduction to marketing concepts, the role of marketing in society and in the firm, and the various factors the influence marketing decision making.  In the end, this course should help students to develop insight about creative selection of target markets and blending decisions related to product, price, promotion, and place to meets the needs of a target market.

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INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROJECT

This course is the first part of a one-year course. Through team cooperation, students will apply all the knowledge their learned to develop a system. The goal of this course is to teach students system development techniques, to understand different document specifications and writing formats, to learn system development experience, and to be able to cooperate with each other through teamwork. In the first semester, begin with system selection, documents such as software development planning, software requirement specification, and software design specification are required. Students will complete system coding during summer vacation. In the second semester, students should complete and demo their systems. The software testing and user manual documents are also developed.

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BUSINESS DATA COMMUNICATIONS

This course is aimed at introducing the concepts of data communication, framework, theories and protocols. The two famous frameworks: OSI and TCP/IP, both of which use layering approach, are introduced. The course includes the topics of physical layer, data link layer, network layer and transmission layer. In the first topic, it includes the introduction of the concept of signals, coding and modulation schemes, signal impairment, multiplexing, transmission medium and switching technology. The second topic includes the concept of data link layer, error detection and correction, data link layer control and LAN. In the third topic, addressing and routing are introduced. And finally, the transport layer is briefly introduced, such as TCP for the fourth topic.

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INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION MANAGEMENT

It is widely recognized that information system knowledge is essential for managers because most zations need information systems to survive and prosper.  Information systems can help companies extend their reach to faraway locations, offer new producs and services, reshape jobs and work flows, and change the way they conduct business.

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ORACLE DATABASE ADMINISTRATION

This course is focus on the theories and practices and it leads students to install fully Database Systems through Oracle tools. Meanwhile, students can understand how to operate Database Systems through tools based on the theories and in the practice cases.

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PRODUCTION INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Production information in production presently border between fields mainly by three systems; The supplies system, the production system, the transporting system composition flows, therefore between three systems has the mutual correlation, to discusses produces the information system in the process is very important, when is constructs the production information system should the important project which pays attention profoundly. This curriculum will combine three systems the common information class to carry on the overall information system the structure to show that, simultaneously explained produced middle the activity the structure analytical table (BOM) to plan (MRP) development to the material demand to plan (MRPII) to the manufacture demand the development still the enterprise resources gauge which utilizes to the nowadays enterprise whole daytime (ERP), caused listening to the construction enterprise's production information system when each information flowing relations. The viewpoint flows which by the information showed the production management information system the detail structure causes speaking to be possible to understand the integrity the production system. 

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INFORMATION RESOURCES MANAGEMENT

Management Information Systems are essential to the operations and management of businesses today. To become effective business professionals, students must be educated in information systems and technology, and in tne integration of information systems into business activities. A student understanding of business is limited without an understanding of how to manage the information system.

This course will focus in how businesses operate and are managed, and how information systems support business operations and management. We will also discuss the importance of competitive advantage to businesses and explain how information systems can help provide that advantage. It covers the technical fundations of information systems and how the technology is critical to the success of businesses. 

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COMPUTER NETWORKS

This course focuses on advanced principles and techniques employed in the network layer and above. Emphasis is placed on the Internet's TCP/IP protocol suite. An overview of the general framework of TCP/IP is demonstrated to the students. Students will do related experiments respect to different layer protocols.

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ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING

This course introduces theory and methodology related to enterprise resources planning (ERP). The major topics covered in this course include the introduction to ERP, ERP and business strategy planning, ERP and product R&D, ERP and production planning, ERP and logistic management, ERP and customer relationship management, ERP and computer networks, ERP and finance / accounting management, ERP and human resource management, ERP and quality management, ERP and knowledge management, ERP and business process reengineering, ERP systems, etc 

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KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT

This course includes two parts: knowledge discovery and knowledge management. The major topics in knowledge discovery include Introduction to Knowledge Discovery, Data Mining Tasks and Applications, The Virtuous Cycle of Data Mining, Overview of Data Mining Methodology and Techniques, Data Mining Techniques, etc. The major topics in knowledge management include Introduction to Knowledge Management, Theory of Knowledge Management, Knowledge Management Applications, Developing the Knowledge Management System, etc. 

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ACCOUNTING

The purpose of this course is to introduce the principle of general accounting, the rule of debt and credit, and the cycle of accounting. The student can understand how to produce the accounting information and how to prepare the financial statements. Further the student can use accounting information in analyzing of firm’s financial situation and operation performance, they are the reference of firm’s decisions. Finally, understanding the meaning of “accounting is the language of firms”.


When the student joins this course, he will help to join the examination of the public servant , and study in ithe course of intermediate accounting, financial analysis and auditing.

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STATISTICS

This course provides students with the ability of solving problem via statistics. There are two parts in this course: one is descriptive statistics; the other is inferential statistics. The former one teaches students how to display data with graphs, tables, and numerical measurements. The later one teaches students how to infer the population parameters with the sample statistics.

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BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

Management is a dynamic course. It introduces planning, organizing, leading, controlling. four basic management functions and pratices. and case study discussion as well.

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MANAGERIAL MATHEMATICS

uantity Method is the fundamental course in the management ield. "Management mathematics" introduces the fundamental mathematics in the Quantity Method. This course introduces the matrix theory, optimazaion, probability, business mathematics, linear programming, decision theory, inventory theory, ..., etc. 

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OPERATIONS RESEARCH

"Operation Research" and "Management Science" are synonyms. Management science is a process of decision making using quantitative analysis method. The spirit of quantitative analysis is to build model and solve it. This course will introduce students to many kinds of techniques about management science and how to apply these techniques to practical problems. Due to the power of computers, there are some packages related to management science. We will choose one to help us build the model and solve the problem.

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PROGRAM DESIGN (2)

The information systems are the creation of the competitiveness of enterprises, improve management efficiency, increase corporate value, and provide customers useful products and services. Programming is the most important work in Information Systems Development. This course is to provide students learn what they need in the professional career of the basic programming knowledge, teaching using the programming language Microsoft Visual C# 2010. The course is divided into two semesters, the "programming I" introduces the basic syntax of C# and implement; the second semester "programming II" introduces the object-oriented programming and Windows applications development. 

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OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

Object-oriented programming (OOP) is a programming language model that has been the most important technique of software development today. The Java programming language is one of the most popular object-oriented languages that are designed especially for use in distributed applications on corporate networks and Internet. The course will provide students concepts of object-oriented programming and Java programming techniques.

The course includes:(1)Java basic concept;(2)variables and operators;(3)if and loop(4)array and function;(5)class ;(6)files.

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INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER MULTIMEDIA

This course is an introduction to the study and creation of multimedia, using various software programs. Students will learn both the theoretical and technical aspects of multimedia design and production. Students will examine the nature of the various media, the capture or creation, digitalization and modification of each media type, the architecture and technology of multimedia systems, the principles behind effective multimedia presentations, analysis and design of user friendly GUI systems and multimedia development through the use of common software packages. Student will be to work in teams to produce a multimedia final project.

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SMALL BUSINESS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT STUDY

This course includes ten research cases. There are: (1) The character of the medium and small enterprises in Taiwan. (2) The enterprises development matrix design. (3) Stock markets in Taiwan. (4) POS in Taiwan. (5) The electronic business in Taiwan. (6) The capital markets in Taiwan. (7) The manufacturing business in Taiwan. (8) The services business in Taiwan. (9). The quality system. (10) summary. 

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QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEMS

To describe not only the concept of traditional QC but also the concept of modern QC. The contents of course include TOM, ISO, SQC, SPC, and cost of quality. To promote the effect of teaching, the practical case and com-puter software will be used.

 

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INFORMATION SECURITY

The goal of this course is to provide a broad coverage of the topics associated with computer and information security to students including: introduction to information security, symmetric encryption, public-key cryptography and digital signature, authentication protocols, electronic mail security, IP security, Web security, network management security, intrusion detection, malicious software, and firewalls.  Facing threats such as viruses or hackers, managers can still apply available basic actions to protect and enhance the security of the networks and computer systems they are responsible for. 

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DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS

This course introduces  the concepts of decision support system, developing and constructing  a DSS system.

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WEB-PAGES PROGRAMMING

The purpose of this course is to teach students to design an interactive home pages. The content includes VB.Net languae ,  HTML, .NET Framework library, basic input,output, web file processing. Also web database operations are introduced including creation of database, database query, database modification. Finally, Web-based applications are taught and implemented, such as member management.and case studies. 

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PROGRAM DESIGN (1)

The information systems are the competitiveness of enterprises that improve management efficiency, increase corporate value, and providing customers useful products and services are an indispensable tool. The programming is the most important work in Information Systems Development. This course is to provide the Department of Information Management students learn what they need in the professional career of the basic programming knowledge, teaching the skills of the latest programming language Microsoft Visual C# 2010 and the IDE of Visual Studio 2010. The course is divided into two semesters, the "programming I" introduces the basic syntax of C# and implement; the second semester "programming II" introduces the object-oriented programming and Windows applications development. 

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COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

This course is to introduce C++ programming language and to make learning C++ language as painless as possible. The course includes:(1)C++ basic concept;(2)variables and operators;(3)if and loop(4)array and function;(5)pointer and struct ;(6)files. 

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HOMEPAGE DESIGN

The aim of this course is to provide the students with basic understanding of the principles of web site construction and homepage design. The course use Fireworks and Dreamweaver to design background and components of homepage with several well-known standards such as CSS, Div and Spry will be discussed. To help understand the concept of the web site and design self web site using dynamic multimedia and interactive and abundant homepage. 

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SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

The content of this course contains 5 parts.

Part 1 stresses the basics including what an analyst does; how organizations function and how information systems fit into them; how to determine whether a systems project is worthy of commitment; and how to manage a systems project using special software tools. Part 2 emphasizes the use of systematic and structured methodologies. Part 3 details the analysis process. Part 4 covers the essentials of design. Particular attention is paid to relating output method to content, the effect of output on users, and designing good forms and screens. Finally, part 5 introduces software engineering and implementation. As a graduate course, an additional objective of the course is to help our students on finding research topics. Discussions on related research problems will be emphasized during class meeting.

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INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SYSTEMS

Designed for the Introduction to Computer Science course other wise known as CS 0. This course is offered at four year institutions. This course was developed to provide students with an overview of the computer science discipline. The course assumes no previous background in computer science, programming, and/or mathematics.

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DISCRETE MATHEMATICS

This course is concerned with the discrete, i.e., finite processes and sets of elements that can be listed.

Contents are Combinatorial Problems and Techniques, Sets relations and Functions, Graphs, Trees, Matching, Network Flows, Counting Techniques, Recurrence Relations and Generating Functions, Combinatorial Circuits and Finite State Machines

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VISUAL LANGUAGES

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to develop windows applications in Microsoft Visual Basic .NET for the Microsoft .NET platform. The course is designed for the beginners and will focuses on topics such as basic control introduction, program structure, language syntax, object concept and database implementations. 

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EXPERT SYSTEMS

This course introduces theory and methodology related to expert systems. The major topics covered in this course include an overview of artificial intelligence, problem representation and problem solving strategy, fundamentals of expert systems, knowledge acquisition and validation, knowledge representation, inference and explanation, building expert systems, expert system tools, uncertainty in expert systems, and the integration and implementation of expert systems. 

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ELECTRONIC COMMERCE

As an introductory course for understanding the basis theory and practical application of e-commerce.

This course addresses the evolution of E-commerce and providing a framework for critical thinking about the field, including (1)E-commerce business models and concepts;(2)E-commerce infrastructure;(3)Payment system;(4)Marketing concepts;(5)M-commerce.

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BUILDING AND ADMINISTRATING OF INTERNET SERVERS

This course is based on the international certification material - Information Technology Essential II which is developed by the Cisco Networking Academy and HP. It includes some important concepts and maintenance practical skill of network operation system (NOS), TCP/IP, Windows Server and Linux Server. Students can also attend the CompTIA Server+ international certification examination if they pass the online final assessment. That can improve students’ basic maintenance and administration skill of Internet server. 

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INTERNET MARKETING

This course focuses on discussing 

1. The changes of marketing mix in Internet environment
2. The Internet consumer behavior 
 

Except understanding Internet marketing theories, we also emphasize on discussing the real Internet marketing case studies and building students’ marketing problem solving ability. Thus, students have to propose a research project and to finish this research at the end of term.  

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ANIMATION DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION

Flash is one of the best web animation design tools. Using it, we can easily produce either simple animations or complicated dynamic web design. This course is designed for beginners but with basic programming skills. Course topics include fundamental animations; special effects; audio and video process; actionscript classes and game design. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to develop a multimedia web page or web game individually. 

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WEB PAGE PROGRAMMING(1)

The students of this course learn the foundation of web programming that uses to develop web applications. This course teaches the basic grammar of HTML, the dynamic Web technologies of ASP.NET, CSS syntax and concepts. Students can learn the structure of website and technologies for future information systems development foundation. This course uses Microsoft C# to write ASP.NET applications that cover the basic C# programming language framework, object-oriented concepts and web forms applications. The course is divided into two semesters, the "webpage programming I" introduces the basic grammar of HTML and the CSS syntax and concepts; the second semester "webpage programming II" introduces the dynamic web technologies of ASP.NET and the database applications development of webpage programming. 

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WEB PAGE PROGRAMMING(2)

The students of this course learn the foundation of web programming that uses to develop web applications. This course teaches the basic grammar of HTML, the dynamic Web technologies of ASP.NET, CSS syntax and concepts. Students can learn the structure of website and technologies for future information systems development foundation. This course uses Microsoft C# to write ASP.NET applications that cover the basic C# programming language framework, object-oriented concepts and web forms applications. The course is divided into two semesters, the "webpage programming I" introduces the basic grammar of HTML and the CSS syntax and concepts; the second semester "webpage programming II" introduces the dynamic web technologies of ASP.NET and the database applications development of webpage programming. 

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DATA WAREHOUSING

This course is designed to teaching the theory of database system and data warehouse. Various topics are included in this course. First, the development of database systems will be introduced. The comparison of database and file systems are made to explain the reason why database are coming to exist. Next, database framework, ER-MODEL will be illustrated. Then the topic of database design, including functional dependency and normalization are taught. And, query languages, especially SQL are discussed. Finally, the theory of data warehouse and OLAP will be introduced. 

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DATABASE SYSTEM PRACTICE

This course is designed to introduce standard database language, SQL, using Microsoft SQL server database engine. The topics include data definition language (DDL), data manipulation language(DML), and data control language(DCL). In DDL, insert, update, delete and query statements are introduced, especially complex query, such as subquery. Also included is extended SQL developed by MS SQL Server which are required for building stored procedures, triggers, and transactions.

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BUSINESS SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS AND DESIGN

A suite of office software usually includes the software of word processing, spreadsheet, database management, and presentation. This course mainly focuses on spreadsheet software—Microsoft Excel. Microsoft Excel provides many built-in functions for calculating and analyzing data and various tools to create data tables and graphs. In addition, Excel VBA (Visual Basic for Application) allows users to develop customized applications to satisfy personal needs. 

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CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT

This course in customer relationship management (CRM) will introduce students to CRM, with a focus on development and implementation of a CRM strategy. The specific emphasis will be first the development of an understanding of CRM theory, then “how-to” applications through cases, speakers, exercises, and group projects. At the end of this course, each student should be to:

·         Develop a CRM strategy. 

·         Understand the key elements of implementation of a CRM strategy.

·         Identify sources of customer information for specific applications.

·         Know how to gather primary data for specific applications.

·         Develop a data strategy

Have a working knowledge of key analytical tools for customer data.

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NETWORK ENGINEERING THEORY AND PRACTICE (Ⅰ)

This course will teach students how to construct and configure networking facilities such as networking media, cabling testing, TCP/IP, routers configuration and access control list (ACL). The course materials are the Cisco NetAcad online curriculum and assessments. Students can not only use Packet Tracer do course’s lab but also can enter a Cisco Networking Laboratory for improving their networking skill. If student pass this course, they can continue to learn the advance CCNA class and attend the international certification examination in the future. 

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NETWORK ENGINEERING THEORY AND PRACTICE (Ⅱ)

This course is based on the curriculum of CCNA3 and CCNA4 of Cisco Networking Academy (http://cisco.netacad.net). It purposes to help students to plan a small networking environment, configure Cisco’s routers, switch and WAN in advance networking problem-solving and analytical skill. Through this course’s practical training, students can not only learn the requirement skill of a networking engineer but also can attend the international certification examination for improving the competition abilities of occupation. 

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FINANCE INFORMATION SYSTEMS

This course teaches not only the concept of interest but also the applica-tion of investment and theory of risk decision. The contents of course in-clude the private and the enterprises even the public financial analysis and decision making. How to apply the computer to solutions of practical field is the important consideration in this course. 

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PROJECT MANAGEMENT

A project is a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product or service. The success of a project involves numerous interdependent factors and resources. A good project management provides the framework for methods, processes, monitoring and change control, and allows you to do what you've decided to do. This course aims to help the students understand the intricacies and learn the required skills of project management in a systematic manner. 

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E-BUSINESS

In order understands, to understand the fundamental impact to business what e-commerce, it is very important Internet (TCP/IP) as a head to understand the big flow of the development of ICT (information communication technology) which accomplishes the eye apparent progress. That as a foundation, the actuality and future of e-commerce, on the basis of the theoretical background while, the axial foot is put in practical viewpoint, the fact that e-commerce is examined multifariously through the comparison with existing t-commerce, is purpose of this lecture. Concretely, business anti- business (B2B), the business anti- consumer (B2C), the business anti- business anti- consumer (B2B2C), the market place of auction and the like (C/B2B2C/B), and, Peer to Peer (P2P) whose community color is dense with it examines in every model which was said. After that, it examines concerning the plus with 0 impact (something related to individual between organization, change, digital divide and security etc of organizational boundary) of business model construction and ICT in e-commerce. 

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SYSTEM DYNAMICS

System Dynamics(SD)with non-linearity、feedback and dynamic complexity, developed by Forrester, is useful in the study of continuous dynamical system, which has been mainly applied to the simulation of social and managerial systems. The course includes system behavior and CLP、system dynamics modeling and system thinks . As an introductory course for understanding the basis theory and practical application of system dynamics.

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THEORY AND PRACTICE OF INTANGIBLE ASSETS VALUATION

The contemporary field heads into for the knowledge-based economy gradually of times, exactly 21 century, the age which creates knowledge value of type how will operate, the knowledge creates in the meantime of activity, will also become influence mankind a society a development, living order of sequence and life quality of important element, and mankind living whether meeting therefore, and promote more with abundant the content of life, or the experience of then deep life. And face the knowledge social approach, no matter for the protection subject of intelligence property, the immaterial assets evaluates of basis and foundation, information foundation are environmental of establishment, and creating of digital content etc., all for build up an ideal information to prepare a work socially. Actually for final user, customer or relation of the immaterial assets person, and is worth of assize and final appraiser, should the each attends to his own duties play what role. 

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SPECIAL TOPICS IN ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT

In order understands, to understand the fundamental impact to business what e-commerce, it is very important Internet (TCP/IP) as a head to understand the big flow of the development of ICT (information communication technology) which accomplishes the eye apparent progress. That as a foundation, the actuality and future of e-commerce, on the basis of the theoretical background while, the axial foot is put in practical viewpoint, the fact that e-commerce is examined multifariously through the comparison with existing t-commerce, is purpose of this lecture. Concretely, business anti- business (B2B), the business anti- consumer (B2C), the business anti- business anti- consumer (B2B2C), the market place of auction and the like (C/B2B2C/B), and, Peer to Peer (P2P) whose community color is dense with it examines in every model which was said. After that, it examines concerning the plus with 0 impact (something related to individual between organization, change, digital divide and security etc of organizational boundary) of business model construction and ICT in e-commerce. 

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ESSENTIALS

This course is based on the Cisco Networking Academy Program - IT Essentials I: PC Hardware and Software. It includes basic concepts and maintenance technology of PC software and hardware. Students can attend the CompTIA A+  international certification examination after they studied this course. 

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INTRODUCTION TO LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM

Linux is a "open source" system software that is becoming increasingly popular for use on many systems. The main goal of this course is to provide students with a comprehensive overview of the Linux operating system. At the completion of this course, students should not only be familiar with the Linux Command Line Environment, utilities, and applications, also with the graphical X Window environment and have an understanding of the role Linux plays in networking and knowledge of common system administration tasks. 

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INTRODUCTION TO 3D MODELING AND ANIMATION

The course introduces to 3D modeling and animation design, through the using of 3ds Max software. 3D models and animations with light and textures will be explored. Students will complete an independent animated project. The student will learn basic modeling, animation, materials and mapping, lighting, camera and rendering techniques to edit their final project. 

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INFORMATION ETHICS AND LAW

This course will introduce two topics:

Part I: Presents the philosophical foundations of applied ethics and technology with primary focus on (1.) the uses and abuses of information, (2.) human moral agency in relation to new information and communication technologies, and (3.) the meaning of social responsibility in the global information society, including the concepts of global information justice and human rights.
 

Part II: Understand the laws relating to the delivery of information services, the role of the professional in working within the legal and regulatory framework. Let our students be aware of the implication on society of the various legal issues related to information work and understand the legal framework in which criminal investigations involving digital evidence are carried out. 

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INTRODUCTION TO SERVICE SCIENCE

As an introductory course for understanding the basis theory and practical application of service science, and helping students understand how to meet the challenge of networked economy.

This course addresses the characteristics of Internet technologies, and the impacts on the service science with the application of Information technology . Besides, we consider the new opportunities and cases of business, which could be brought by the Internet technologies. The course includes:(1)the application of information technology;(2)service science fundmental and theories ;(3)Google case;(4)innovation service;(5)service science new era. 

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THEORY AND APPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

This course introduces the thories, methods, and applications of Artificial Intelligence. The major topics include An Overview of AI, Fundamentals of AI, Natural Language, Speech Recognition and Understanding, Computer Vision, Robotics, Expert Systems, Knowledge Engineering, Fuzzy Theory, AI Programming Languages and Tools, etc. 

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MOBILE COMMERCE

As an introductory course for understanding the basis theory and practical application of mobile commerce, and helping students understand how to meet the challenge mobile economy. This course addresses the M-commerce revolution in the language of a broad business audience, m-Business provides a simple three-step plan for navigating the mobile minefield more quickly than competitors. Readers get comprehensive coverage and insights on topics including:

Emerging business trends--consumer, service, enterprise applications, and infrastructure, New business models-- location-based models, real-time supply chain models, enterprise extension models, and voice portals ,New solution enablers --mobile platforms,voice platforms, wireless application service providers (WASP), and mobile application integration. 

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LOGISTICS SYSTEM PLANNING

Government policies to promote the automation and e-business success by extending, e-commerce to individuals, businesses, individuals, and so on to flourish, the development of the rapid increase of transaction volume, to perform the service of the logistics industry is also on the goods distribution of the purposes of the business requirements of the request, on the distribution system operation and planners of rapidly increasing. In this courses enable students to learn about logistics system operational processes, and on the job market needs. This course will be the basis of the distribution plan import, discussion of warehousing, distribution system features, management techniques, information system on the demand and distribution markets and future prospects. On the course the students in the course of study is finished, on the understanding of the distribution system and system requirements for improved planning and the establishment of production processes provide reasonable management and efficiency, and enhance the competitiveness of the individual.