Information Systems, Services and Design


Fundamental perspectives and skills necessary for sound technical judgment about the place of information and communication technologies in contemporary society. Critical analysis of the design fabrication, deployment, use, and maintenance of information systems and services. Analysis of modeling, architecture, implementation, inclusive access, modularity, life-cycle, and interoperability. Use of and familiarity with programming languages, databases, interfaces, interactive technologies. Critical methods and analytic techniques from Science and Technology Studies and related disciplines.

Note: Not equivalent to INF1340H under the IS&D requirements effective September 2013. Students can take both INF1003H and INF1340H courses.