About This Course
Get a taste of the challenges that a professional work environment will one day drop in your lap. This course gives a comprehensive overview of the major aspects of IT infrastructure and operations: networks, databases, servers, storage, project management, governance, compliance, monitoring, and more. Students will gain an understanding of how to apply technology and business in an IT infrastructure environment, designed to prepare them to integrate the material they’ve learned into applied and practical scenarios. Over the course of the semester, students participate in a group project illuminating how technology teams work together to provide services and support that satisfy resource needs for large organizations. Bottom line: Students gain valuable applied-business and strategy skills, as well as an understanding of how to apply technical knowledge on the job.
MS, software design and development (MSDD), University of Saint Thomas; BA, psychology, College of Saint Scholastica
Scott Lee-Eichenwald has diverse professional experience in social sciences and medical technology, with over 15 years in medical devices companies including Guidant, Boston Scientific, Medtronic, and Smiths Medical. He has managed research and development projects and many global technology implementation projects. In addition, he has been teaching online for over 12 years. He received his Six Sigma Green Belt certification from the University of Saint Thomas in 2012 and holds an Information Systems Security Certificate from Colorado Technical University.
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