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IS 648 Cyber and Professional Ethics

Course Description: The pervasiveness of computers, technology, and the Web have made it imperative that we be aware of and understand the ethical and legal implications of these forces on our personal and professional lives. Through readings, discussions and case studies, this course examines the ethical and legal issues involved in computing by investigating such questions as free speech, privacy, and intellectual property on the Internet, cyber-crimes, employer/employee issues, and professional codes of ethics.

Course Rotation: Summer.


3 credits


IS 617 Minimum Grade of C