IT 600 Ethics in Information Tech (Graduate)

This course is designed to introduce the scholar to concepts of Philosophy relative to Ethics and apply those concepts to the field of information technology. Upon completion of this course the scholar will gain knowledge and understanding of the basic concepts of Philosophy relative to ethics, the value of intellectual property (IP), the importance and significance of professional responsibility, the importance of personal identity and privacy, the difference between ethical and legal, sources of a “code of ethics”, the concepts of theft and piracy, power concerns, and the significance of robotics, algorithms, fuzzy logic and artificial intelligence. Click here for syllabus. 

Prerequisite: None

Related Offerings:
IT 502 Introduction to Programming (Spring 2020)
IT 510 Introduction to IT (Summer I 2020)
IT 533 Data Mining (Summer II 2020)
IT 632 Instructional Design in IT (Summer II 2020)
IT 600 Ethics in Information Technology(Fall 2020)
IT 560 Mobile Computing (Spring 2021)
IT 603 Information Management (Spring 2021)
IT 540 Web Programming (Summer I 2021)

Valparaiso University

Instructor: Robert J. Wichlinski, robert.wichlinski@valpo.edu

Credit Hours: 3

Date: 8/17/2020 – 11/24/2020

Location: Online

Teacher Level: Grade 9-12