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2009 BIF 621 Sequence Analysis and Annotation

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An introduction to the theory and methods of DNA and protein sequence analysis, methods of sequence alignments including dynamic programming and statistical methods, methods of phylogenetic analysis and database similarity searching.

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2009 CSC 323 Management Information Systems

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This course covers the following topics : introduction to computer-based information system, using technology as a competitive advantage, business computing system theory; system life cycle methodologies, computing technology and computer processing; database management system and data communications as a foundation for IS.

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2009 CSC104 - Syntax and Semantics of Programming Lanugages

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The main objective of this course is to introduce the major constructs of contemporary programming languages. This course covers the following topics : review of grammars, languages and their syntax and semantics, parsing and ambiguity, BNF, finite state grammars and recognizers, lexical scanners, implementation of symbol tables, contextfree languages, push-down automata, and so on.

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2012 CSC 323 Management Information Systems

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This course covers the following topics : introduction to computer-based information system, using technology as a competitive advantage, business computing system theory; system life cycle methodologies, computing technology and computer processing; database management system and data communications as a foundation for IS.

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2012 CSC323 Management Information Systems

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2013 CSC 104 Syntax and Semantics of Programming Languages

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The main objective of this course is to introduce the major constructs of contemporary programming languages. This course covers the following topics : review of grammars, languages and their syntax and semantics, parsing and ambiguity, BNF, finite state grammars and recognizers, lexical scanners, implementation of symbol tables, contextfree languages, push-down automata, and so on.

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2013 CSC261 Statistics (for Freshmen)

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CSC 261 Statistics for Scientists

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2013 Foundations of Computer Science

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This is a computer science primer for incoming CS freshmen class of 2013.

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2014 ChE 103 Material and Energy Balances

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Analysis and design of chemical processes using chemical engineering principles. Fundamental of material and energy balances.

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2015 Research Methodology Workshop

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2015 Workshop on Social Media Analysis and Visualization

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BIF Thesis

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BIF511 Programming Fundamentals

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Comprehensive INT605

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เตรียมความพร้อมสำหรับการสอบ comprehensive INT605

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CSC 323 Management Information Systems

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How does business leverage technology to manage and gain benefit from the information it collects and discovers.

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CSC101 Foundations of Computer Science

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This course covers the following topics: logic, Boolean algebra, basic computer arithmetic, basic algorithms and data structures, searching and sorting problems, stacks and subroutine recursion, computer subsystems (disk drive, I/O devices, operating systems), computer networks.

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CSC102 Computer Programming I

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CSC105 Computer Programmin II

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CSC165 Discrete Mathematics

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CSC317 Operating Systems

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CSC337 Introduction to Bioinformatics

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CSC389 Computer Security

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CSC401 Selected Programming Language

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This course covers the following topics: A comprehensive study of one or more selected programming languages, such as LISP, Prolog. Selected languages may vary from semester to semester and will be announced before the starting of each semester. The objective is to introduce students to alternative programming languages.

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CSC424 Software Project Management

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This course covers the following topics: project activities: defining, planning, leading, monitoring; constraints of performance specifications schedule and budget; negotiating and writing contracts; scheduling tools; time estimation; network diagrams; team organization; support team; role of project manager; monitoring tools; project cost reports.

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CSC496 IP Communication Exploration (IP Telephony)

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This course introduces students to real-world IP Telephony implementations on leading platforms.

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CSC4962 Distributed Software Development

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CSC4963 Social Media

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CSC496A1 Problem Based Learning --Time-Series Analysis

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CSC691 / INT764 IT Security

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DB2 Workshop

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อบรมการใช้งานโปรแกรมจัดการฐานข้อมูลด้วย DB2

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EBT601 Requirements Analysis for Electronic Business Applications

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Requirements analysis and management, analysing problems, business modeling, understanding users’ needs, interviewing, brainstorming, prototyping, system specification, organising requirements information, managing scope, refined requirements specification and target system definition, quality measurement of requirements specification, building the right system, validation and verification, managing change, and requirements tracking.

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EBT602 Electronic Business Technology

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Laying the technological foundations for conducting commercial activities through electronic means, the business aspect of electronic business, the e-business models and online monetary transactions, the skills required for implementing a selected system solution, wireless technology, the use of markup, host, scripting languages, server based computing, outsourcing and application service provision.

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EBT603 Internet Marketing

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The adjustment of marketing strategies needed to enter and remain competitive in the Internet environment, the managerial decision making involved in four primary areas - communication, selling, providing content, and providing a network function, Internet tools and technology, web site development, product and pricing strategies, distribution and direct marketing, mobile market, marketing communications, online communities and relationship marketing.

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EBT604 Electronic Business Information System

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Database and data communications concepts, the design of online information systems, problems and solutions involving structuring, creating, maintaining, and accessing multiple-user databases, comparison of several commercially available teleprocessing monitors and database management systems, and introduction to web database design.

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EBT605 Web-based Application Development

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Concepts in programming web application servers, the fundamental architectural elements of programming and executing high performance, high reliability, shared applications with hands-on experience in developing web-based applications, assignments using an advanced application development/execution environment, Request/Response Protocols (HTTP/HTML), data and functional partitioning, replication, load balancing, failure detection, specification of applications, synchronization, recovery, threads, performance evaluation, and programming technology

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EBT606 Network Computing and Internet Architectures

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Introduction to computer networks, transmission media, local asynchronous communication, long distance communication, packet transmission, frame, error detection, LAN and WAN technologies, network topology, network peripherals, routing, serviced paradigm, protocol, layering, internetworking, internet protocol (IP), IP datagrams, IP encapsulation, fragmentation, client/server interaction, network application, and network security.

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EBT623 Data Mining for Customer Relationship Management

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Introduction to customer relationship management (CRM) and database marketing, data mining in the enterprise, the automation of marketing and sales force, enterprise resource planning (ERP), case studies in data mining, introduction to industries and applications, technologies and tools, data warehousing, data mining, association rules, classification, clustering, on line analytical processing (OLAP), the Web, data sources, privacy and security, and the method of starting a small CRM project using data mining technology

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EBT631 Business Process Simulation

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Course of special interest to profession, conducted by resident or visiting faculty.

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EBT651 Electronic Business Security

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Secruity and confidentiality of customers data and payments, policies, procedures,and technology to provide appropritate data integrity, security, and privacy, databases, web sites,intranets, extranets,and the internet, the role of third party certificate authorities and attestation services, alternative trans-national payment systems, and key technologies, such as transaction encryption, firewalls and intrusion detection tools

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EBT671 Enterprise Resources Planning Workshop I

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Advanced tools and technologies for electronic business transactions, collaboration with e-Business companies or organizations for technology support, skill and ability of students to gain knowledge of world-standard e-Business system.

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EBT678 Supply Chain Management Workshop II

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INT 103 Office Package

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ปฏิบัติการการใช้ซอฟต์แวร์สำเร็จรูปใน-สำนักงาน

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INT 106 Web Technology

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INT 306 Electronic Business

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INT 496 Operations Management

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INT 497 Mobile Application Development

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INT 678 Cloud Computing Workshop

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INT100 University Study

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This course introduces students to university studies. Students are advised on how to learn effectively at the higher education level, how to use library facilities, how to search on the Internet and online databases, how to adjust their study habits and attitudes, how to work together and how to use various education services.

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INT102 Computer Programming I (G1,G2)

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This course studies general concepts for computer programming such as statement, variable, constant, operator, expression, function; data types: scalar, structured data type, array; pointer; program structure: sequence, selection, repetition, subroutine call; program module: user defined procedure/function, parameter passing; file operations: sequential file operation, random access file operation. The laboratory component covers development of small programs using a popular programming language, such as Java or C, testing, debugging, and development tools.

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INT102-3 Computer Programming 1 (Group 3)

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การเขียนโปรแกรมคอมพิวเตอร์ 1 (กลุ่ม 3)

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INT105 Computer Programming II

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ศึกษาองค์ประกอบของการเขียนโปรแกรมตามแนวคิดเชิงวัตถุ เช่น คลาส ออบเจ็กต์ แอตทริบิวส์ เมธอด การสืบทอดคุณสมบัติ โพลีมอร์ฟิซึม เป็นต้น ศึกษาหลักการเขียนโปรแกรมบนสภาพแวดล้อมแบบต่าง ๆ เช่น การเขียนโปรแกรมบนระบบวินโดวส์ การเขียนโปรแกรมบนระบบเว็บ การเขียนโปรแกรมเพื่อใช้งานบนอุปกรณ์ชนิดพกพา เป็นต้น การเขียนโปรแกรมเพื่อเรียกใช้งาน ไลบรารีฟังก์ชัน และ เอพีไอ ของภาษา และของระบบ และ เครื่องมือที่ภาษาต่าง ๆ จัดเตรียมไว้ให้ โดยใช้ภาษาคอมพิวเตอร์ ที่สนับสนุนการเขียนโปรแกรมเชิงวัตถุ เช่น Java, C++, Eiffel, ADA เป็นต้น การฝึกปฏิบัติ : การเขียนโปรแกรมเชิงวัตถุ การใช้ส่วนติดต่อประสานโปรแกรมประยุกต์ (API) และเครื่องมือสำหรับพัฒนาซอฟต์แวร์

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INT107 Computing Platform Technology

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INT203 Management Information I

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INT204 Business Information Systems

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INT205 Network II

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INT302 Information Technology Services Management

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This course covers the management of IT services in an enterprise: acquisition/sourcing, users, organization behavior and organization management, service level agreement, techniques and technology for IT services, cost estimation, critical success factors and case studies of IT services organization.

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INT303 Web Programming

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INT495 Data Structures and Algorithms

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ศึกษาการวิเคราะห์ความซับซ้อนของอัลกอริทึม โครงสร้างข้อมูลแบบต่าง ๆ เช่น อาร์เรย์ ลิงค์ลิสต์ สแตค คิว ทรี แฮช กราฟ และ ฮีป การวิเคราะห์ความต้องการด้านเวลา และ หน่วยความจำในการค้นหา อัลกอริทึมเกี่ยวกับการค้นหา และ การเรียงลำดับ

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INT604 Database Management Systems

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This course covers the principles and practice of database systems; examines database models: the entity-relationship model and relational model, database languages and programming interfaces, database design concepts: normalization and conceptual design, storage management, query processing, transaction processing, concurrency control, recovery, and database system architectures.

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INT630 Database Technology

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This course covers various advanced topics in database systems including transaction processing concepts, concurrency control mechanisms, recovery systems, database supports for business intelligence applications: data warehousing and online analytical processing, and XML data management.

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INT633 (631) Multimedia Technology

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Review multimedia principle: text, graphics, audio, animation and video, media digitization and progressing, media combination and interaction using XML, multimedia distribution and presentation over networks and the internet, streaming technology, and web animation.

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INT638 Data Mining

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INT653 (690) Mobile Application

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The course provides both theoretical and practical concepts. The elementary concepts cover Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), SIP Service Creation, SIP Telephony, Voicemail and Universal Messaging, Presence and Instant Messaging, SIP security and SIP Conferencing. Whereas, the practical concepts cover Programming Wireless Device with Java using J2ME, Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP), MIDP Application Program Structure and Development, Java Telephony API (JTAPI) Java APIs for Intelligent Networks (JAIN) and Skype Technology.

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INT670 Database Programming Workshop

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Writing basic SQL statements, restricting and sorting data, single-row functions, displaying data from multiple tables, aggregating data using group functions, subquery, multiple-column subquery, producing readable output with SQL*Plus, manipulating data, creating and managing tables, including constraints, creating views, other database objects controlling user access, declaring variables, writing executable statements, interacting with server, writing control structures, working with composite datatypes, writing explicit cursors, advanced explicit cursor concepts, and handling exceptions.

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INT671 Database Architecture and Administration Workshop

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Managing an instance, creating a database, database server Installation, architectural components, getting started with the server, creating data dictionary views and standard packages, maintaining the control file, maintaining redo log files, backup configuration, managing table spaces and data files, storage structure and relationships, managing rollback segments, managing tables, managing indexes, technology review, maintaining data integrity, managing password security and resources, managing users managing privileges, managing roles, loading data, reorganizing data using national language support, and basic net8 client-side configuration.

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INT672 Data Warehouse Workshop

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INT673 Office Network Workshop

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Cable technology, twisted pair, coaxial, fiber optic, structured cabling concepts, backbone, work area, structured cabling testing and certification, structured cabling design and presentation, local area network, Ethernet, token ring, bridge learning, spanning tree protocol, IP configuration, spanning tree protocol, hub and switch technologies, resilient link, aggregate link, VLAN, basic IP, NAT, and DHCP.

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INT674 Enterprise Networking Workshop

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Internetworking background, IP, IP protocol, ARP, internet routing, IOS software and environment, IOS, router's serial interface, routing protocol, PPP, PAP/CHAP on router, static routing, routing protocol, dynamic route, WAN technologies, ISDN, frame relay, OSPF routing, network management, SNMP, RMON, and access control list

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INT675 JAVA Programming Workshop

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Introduction to Java, Java’s basic OO syntax, exception, I/O in Java, class and method syntax, rule of Java class inheritance, using interface in Java, wrapper classes, introduction to applets, the java.awt and javax.swing packages, user interfaces, event handling, applets as applications, networking API, event adapter and inner classes, the graphics class, array, the collection interface hierarchy, collection classes, creating and starting a thread, basic control of thread, thread interaction, Java database connectivity (JDBC)

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INT676 Java-Server Side Programming Workshop

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Introduction to Java-Server site programming, J2EE architecture overview, Servlet overview, using WebSphere Studio Application Developer, supporting perspectives for developing J2EE applications, Servlet API, JavaServer Pages overview, JavaServer Pages specifications and syntax, Page Designer in application developer, JSP testing and debugging, working with SCM repository, web archive development descriptor, state storage issues, cookie API, http session, management of application data, URL rewriting, session management, introduction to Java beans, the model/view/controller architecture, JavaServer Pages with Java beans, JSP custom tag library, advanced JSP custom tags, Servlet filtering, J2EE packaging and deployment

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INT678 Workshop (Cloud Computing Workshop)

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INT691 Information Technology Control and Audit

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INT692 Software Metrics

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INT710/CSC601 2014_1

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Research Methodology 1/2014

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Network Research Group

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OLPC

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SCOPE program

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Summer Consulting and Outsourcing Projects Experience (SCOPE) program

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SWE601 Software Engineering Principles

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SWE602 Advanced System Analysis and Design

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SWE603 Software Project Management

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SWE606 Software Structures and Architecture

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SWE640 Software Project Management

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This course covers the following topics: project activities: defining, planning, leading, monitoring; constraints of performance specifications schedule and budget; negotiating and writing contracts; scheduling tools; time estimation; network diagrams; team organization; support team; role of project manager; monitoring tools; project cost reports.

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Training Information Technology

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เป็นแบบทดสอบก่อนเข้าอบรม "พื้นฐานความรู้เบื้องต้นทางเทคโนโลยีสารสนเทศ"

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VOIP

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WebSphere

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Workshop on Data Mining and Optimization

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