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  • | College of Communication and Information
    Graduation Requirements Alumni Friends Advisory Board Bookshelf Class notes Contact Engagement Featured Alumnus Pulitzer Prize Winners Update Form Faculty Research College Directory Facilities Faculty Staff Resources Office of Research Research Programs Giving Contact Fellows How to Give Mission Types of Gifts Endowments Funds Scholarships Who Benefits Initiatives Diversity CI Consulting Innovation Entrepreneurial Thinking International Affairs Research Programs News Media Calendar Contact Expert Guide Images Press Releases Videos You are here

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  • | College of Communication and Information
    Resources FAQ Graduation Requirements Alumni Friends Advisory Board Bookshelf Class notes Contact Engagement Featured Alumnus Pulitzer Prize Winners Update Form Faculty Research College Directory Facilities Faculty Staff Resources Office of Research Research Programs Giving Contact Fellows How to Give Mission Types of Gifts Endowments Funds Scholarships Who Benefits Initiatives Diversity CI Consulting Innovation Entrepreneurial Thinking International Affairs Research Programs News Media Calendar Contact Expert Guide Images Press Releases Videos You

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  • | College of Communication and Information
    Resources FAQ Graduation Requirements Alumni Friends Advisory Board Bookshelf Class notes Contact Engagement Featured Alumnus Pulitzer Prize Winners Update Form Faculty Research College Directory Facilities Faculty Staff Resources Office of Research Research Programs Giving Contact Fellows How to Give Mission Types of Gifts Endowments Funds Scholarships Who Benefits Initiatives Diversity CI Consulting Innovation Entrepreneurial Thinking International Affairs Research Programs News Media Calendar Contact Expert Guide Images Press Releases Videos You

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  • Requirements for ICT Degree | Library and information science
    in terms of course pre requisites UK Core courses and graduation requirements Fall Semester Year 1 Spring Semester Year 1 ICT 200 Info Literacy Crit Thinking Composition Communication I Inquiry in Nat Phys Math Sciences Inquiry in Arts Creativity Open elective ICT 201 General Info Sources Composition Communication II Inquiry in Humanities STA 210 Introduction to Statistical Reasoning Open elective Fall Semester Year 2 Spring Semester Year 2 ICT 202 Technologies for Info Services Inquiry in Social Sciences Global citizenship Minor course LIN 211 ICT 205 Issues in Information and Communication Technology Policy STA 291 Statistical Methods U S citizenship Minor course LIN 212 Fall Semester Year 3 Spring Semester Year 3 ICT 300 Information and Communication Technology in Society Emphasis area course Emphasis area course Minor course Open elective ICT 301 Introduction to Databases JOU 330 Web Publishing and Design Emphasis area course Minor course Open elective Fall Semester Year 4 Spring Semester Year 4 ISC ICT 497 Consumer Behavior Emphasis area course Minor course Open elective Open elective ICT 596 Internship in ICT Emphasis area course Minor course Open elective Open elective Courses in italics UK core 30 credits Courses in bold are required for the major 30 credits of General Education 42 credits of major requirements 6 credits of LIN 18 credits of minor 24 credits of open electives 20 of curriculum is open JOU 330 is in process of being removed as officially required for the ICT major Emphasis areas ICT Commercialization ISC 161 Introduction to ISC req ISC 361 Media Database Management req STA 291 Statistical Methods req Then choose 2 courses from the following IS 402 Competitive Intelligence ICT 406 e Commerce Regulation JOU 330 Web Publishing and Design JOU 430 Media Management and Entrepreneurship MAS 322 Multimedia I MAS 422 Multimedia II Technology

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  • Subscribe to Our Email Newsletter | Library and information science
    Faculty Faculty News About Us About Us Diversity Plan Publications Academic Policies iSchools Our College Student Handbook You are here Home Graduates Library and Information Science Admissions Subscribe to Our Email Newsletter Please fill out the form below to subscribe to our email newsletter LIS News Once a week for about two months you will receive useful information about our program and the library science field in general A few of our newsletter topics include Is Online Learning Right for Me Picking a Library Specialty Area Alternative Careers in Library and Information Science Funding Your Education School Librarians You will receive a confirmation email to insure you requested this information Subscribe to our mailing list indicates required Email Address First Name Last Name City State Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Washington D C West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Which type of course do you prefer Online Face to Face Both

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  • Courses | Library and information science
    This course will examine the ways that health issues are shaped through interpersonal group organizational cultural political economic and historical communication processes Topics may include health literacy clinician to client communication peer to peer communication effective public health messages and mass media campaigns risk and emergency communication ICT 539 Intro to Medical Informatics Provides an overview of health care information systems legal and ethical issues in health care compliance and regulatory requirements coding of health care data quality management HL7 data security and HIPAA Explores major applications and commercial vendors decision support methods evaluation of health care information systems and new opportunities and emerging trends Same as IS 539 ICT 550 Security Informatics This course introduces students to policy concerns relating to security informatics and highlights theoretical and practical approaches to designing secure information and communication technology ICT systems It addresses key issues such as authentication risk analysis access control database and network security and information assurance ICT 552 Cybercrime and Digital Law Enforcement The global reach of the Internet the low marginal cost of online activity and the relative anonymity of users have contributed to a wide escalation in cybercrimes Consequently information and communications technologies ICT are being increasingly employed to instigate threats to global civil society This course provides an overview of cybercrime and the digital law enforcement practices put in place to respond to them The course will focus on the types and extent of current cybercrimes how the justice system responds to these crimes the various constitutional protections afforded to computer users the law and policies that govern cybercrime detection and prosecution and related technologies ICT 596 Internship in ICT Supervised lab work in ICT with meetings for evaluation of student s work technique and review of issues IS 200 Information Literacy and Critical Thinking Emphasizing critical inquiry and critical thinking this course will explore the theories and definitions surrounding the term information literacy Students will put this theory into practice by developing problem solving skills that allow them to meet information needs throughout their lifetimes Students will gain a better understanding of how information and knowledge function in society and will discover methods of finding accessing evaluating and using different information sources in an effective and ethical manner IS 200 Information Literacy and Critical Thinking This course provides an introduction to the concepts and practices of information literacy It explores how to effectively and ethically find evaluate analyze and use information resources in academic and everyday life situations Emphasizing critical inquiry and critical thinking this course will explore the theories and definitions surrounding the term information literacy Students will put this theory into practice by developing problem solving skills that allow them to meet information needs throughout their lifetimes Students will gain a better understanding of how information and knowledge function in society and will discover methods of finding accessing evaluating and using different information sources in an effective and ethical manner Jasmine McNealy IS 201 General Information Sources Information professionals play a major role

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  • Study Abroad Scholarship Form | College of Communication and Information
    Research College Directory Facilities Faculty Staff Resources Office of Research Research Programs Giving Contact Fellows How to Give Mission Types of Gifts Endowments Funds Scholarships Who Benefits Initiatives Diversity CI Consulting Innovation Entrepreneurial Thinking International Affairs Research Programs News Media Calendar Contact Expert Guide Images Press Releases Videos You are here Home Study Abroad Scholarship Form The College of Communication and Information has received a grant from Women in Philanthropy to provide scholarships in support of our students studying abroad in 2014 15 The available scholarships for Winter 2014 15 and Spring 2015 2 scholarships at 1 500 each for ISC 497 The Sport of Branding Winter 2014 15 1 scholarship for 3 000 for a student participating in full Spring 2015 semester study abroad program must be a program listed approved by UK Education Abroad Application deadline is October 1 2014 To apply please provide the information requested below and attach the required documents Eligibility is limited to students who are majors in the College of Communication and Information majors in COM ISC JOU or MAS Name UK ID Email Address Cell Phone Number Anticipated Graduation Date Month Year Which program will you be participating in Select ISC 497

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