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Information Science papers


100-Level Papers


Semesters

COMP101 Foundations of Information Systems S1 S2
COMP111 Information and Communication Technology SS S1 S2

200-Level Papers

COMP210 Information Assurance S1 S2
INFO201 Developing Information Systems 1 S1
INFO202 Developing Information Systems 2 S2
INFO203 Human-Computer Interaction and User Experience S1
INFO204 Introduction to Data Science S2

300-Level Papers

INFO312 Information Systems Project FY
INFO322 Information Systems Strategy and Governance S2
INFO323 Distributed Information Systems S1
INFO324 Adaptive Business Intelligence S1
INFO350 Special Topic (in conjunction with INFO410) S1
INFO351 Special Topic: Human-Computer Interaction S1
INFO352 Special Topic: Computational Intelligence in Games S2
INFO353 Special Topic S1 S2
SENG301 Software Project Management S1

Postgraduate Papers

HEIN703 Health Informatic Systems S1
INFO407 Agent-Based Software Technologies S2
INFO408 Management of Large Scale Data S1
INFO410 Multimedia User Experience - Theory and Practice S1
INFO411 Machine Learning and Data Mining S2
INFO424 Adaptive Business Intelligence S1
INFO490 Dissertation FY
INFO501 Applied Project FY
INFO580 Research Project FY
SENG490 Dissertation FY
TELE490 Dissertation FY

In the above table, the semester codes refer to Summer School (SS), the First Semester (S1), the Second Semester (S2), and the Full Year (FY).

The Department of Information Science has made changes to its undergraduate curriculum. This means that the set of 200-level INFO papers in 2017 are different from 2016 papers. Specifically, INFO 201, 202, 203 and 204 have replaced INFO 211, 213, 214 and 221. In 2018, various 300-level papers will be replaced.

Note: only INFO2xx papers are regarded as INFO 200-level papers (i.e. COMP210 and TELE202 do not count towards the INFO major). Only INFO3xx and SENG301 are regarded as INFO 300-level papers, for the purposes of majoring or minoring in Information Science.

Papers relevant to Information Science but taught elsewhere, or taught later, include:

BSNS112 Interpreting Business Data Coordinated by Economics
BSNS115 Accounting and Information Systems Coordinated by Accountancy and Finance
COMP112 Web Development and Digital Media Coordinated by Computer Science
COMP150 Practical Programming Coordinated by Computer Science
COMP160 General Programming Coordinated by Computer Science
COSC212 Advanced Web Development Coordinated by Computer Science
TELE202 Computer Networking Coordinated by Computer Science
INFO420 Statistical Techniques for Data Science Coordinated by Mathematics and Statistics
INFO390 Research Topics Expected to be offered in 2018