ITM2210 Managing Technology for Everyday Life

Course Overview

Educational Level: Lower undergraduate, Associate
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Prof. Benita Hubbard

Course Description:

This course introduces an overview of concepts and theories for managing technology in everyday life. Topics covered in this course will be: uses and effects of technology in society, technology in education, technology in business, and technology in health.

How This Course Benefits Students:

If you already feel like you are living in a sci-fi futuristic fantasy, just wait. Technology is getting exponentially faster, more immersive and intuitive. And as technology changes, so does the way we live according to Entrepreneur (2016). Students will be a the heart of learning the new technological advances in everyday life and these skills will enable them to enter into a ministry career/volunteer and become successful in various fields.

Why This Course Is Important:

Managing technology for everyday life is can be seen as corrupt or harmful to society today but students will learn to use it for a positive purpose. Students will experience various opportunities to share Gods love and word with the use of technology within multiple careers and volunteer endeavors.