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FACULTY OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

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|NAME OF COURSE: National Diploma- Information technology | |National Higher Certificate- Financial Information systems | | | |NQF LEVEL |NQF CREDITS |QUALIFICATION |SUBJECT CODE | |NQF 7 |360 |Diploma in Information Technology |CFS10AT/FIS11AT |

COMPILED BY MISS R.C Mogase

2012

SECTION A: ORGANISATIONAL COMPONENT CONTENTS:
1.Welcome4
2.Staff5
2.1Contact Details5
2.2Staff availability6
3. Requirements, resources and recommended material.6
3.1Requirements for the course6
4. Code of conduct8
4.1 Attendance8
4.2 Classroom behaviour8
4.3 Responsibilities of students9
1. Overview of the course9
1.1 Purpose of the course9
1.2 Links to other subjects9
1.3 Course outcomes9
2. Assessment10
2.1 Assessment methods and criteria10
2.2Assessment rules10
2.3Format of assessment10
2.3.1One Exam Paper10
2.3.2Class Tests (CFS10AT & FIS11AT)10
2.3.3Semester Tests (CFS10AT & FIS11AT)10
2.3.4practical test (CFS10At/fis11at)10
2.3.5Sick Test11
2.3.6Group Assignment (CFS10AT/ FIS11AT)11
2.4 Marking system11
2.4 Year mark11
2.5 Moderation12
2.6 Promotion requirements12
3. Course content and schedule of tests and assignments12
3.1Course structure and schedule of tests and assignments13 3.2Learning assumptions for the subject14
3.3Syllabus (CFS10 AT / FIS 11 AT)14
3.4Learning outcomes and assessment criteria14
4. Assignment17
Assignment Information17
information technology and ethics17

|SECTION |A |ORGANISATIONAL COMPONENT |

1.Welcome

Welcome to Tshwane University of Technology and as a student in Information Systems IA / Financial Information systems IA. This is a semester subject, which accommodates students from a broad spectrum of disciplines and interest. This course includes a theoretical as well as a practical component. It provides overview coverage of Information Technology.

This module is presented as an exam course and is offered via compulsory lectures. This implies that there will tests and/or assignments, that student will be assessed on during the semester which will determine whether the student qualifies to write a final examination at the end of the semester. You will have to attend all classes, to be able to do all papers and assignments, as each paper / assignment contributes to the final mark. It will be advantageous to you if you can stay up to date in preparation and assignments from the first meeting. We trust you will enjoy the course, and find it interesting and informative.

2.Staff

2.1Contact Details

|NAME |CAMPUS |ROOM NO |TEL NO |CONSULTATION TIMES |ACADEMIC FUNCTION | | | | |E-MAIL | | | | |

2.2Staff availability

If, after attending class and making every effort from your...
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