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AttachmentCIS 103: Introduction to Information Technology
Introduction to IT, a course given to IT students as a compulsary course and to the Science Faculty students as an Elective.
Course web site: http://elearning.yu.edu.jo/lms/course/view.php?id=434
2012/2013
AttachmentCIS318: Building Systems Using 4GLs
A Department Compulsary course to teach students the ability to build systems using some selected 4th Generation Language like Oracle, Ingress, ... etc.
2012/2013
CIS499: Graduation Project
A Department Compulsary course to teach the students the ability to apply everything they learn during their study and turn it into a fully Integrated application.
2012/2013
CIS631: Information Networks Analysis and Design
a Graduate Compulsory course intended to teach students the ability to study existing Networks, Analyze them, Collect requirements, and then design the appropriate architecture for a Network accordingly.
2012/2013
CIS360: Developing Database Applicatinos
A Department Compulsary course to teach students the ability to build different Database Applications using some selected Databse Developement Language like Oracle, Ingress, ... etc.
Since 2017/2018
CIS662: Advanced Databases
A Compulsory Graduate course that teaches students advanced topics of Databases
2020/2021
CIS380: Developing INformation Systems
A Department Elective course to teach students the ability to build different Information Systems Applications using some selected Databse Developement Language like Oracle, Ingress, ... etc.
2018/2019-Present
CIS433: Managing Information Networks
a Department Compulsory course intended to teach students the ability to study existing Networks, Analyze them, Collect requirements, and then design and manage the Network accordingly.
Since 2018/2019
CIS687: Privacy and Security of Information
a Graduate Compulsory course intended to teach students different techniques about securing Information
2020/2021
See my CV for more Courses taught Since 2000/2001-Present