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SE 348 Informatics/Knowledge Engineering

Credits: 3

The course introduces students to information and systems theories, information technologies, analysis and design of information systems, information problem identification and practical problem solving, and supporting decision making. The course covers both conceptual building blocks and practical dimensions of informatics. Students will also be introduced to statistical analysis, programming for informatics, and knowledge engineering. Information processing applications to solve real world problems in broad domains will be emphasized.