Instructors may submit Exam Papers, Homework solutions,
or any other student assignment to
plagiarism-detection service, in compliance with all of the following:
GMU policy, Provost approval, and the
GMU Honor Code.
Courses designed to meet the "IT with Ethics component"
Gen Ed requirement must address these outcomes:
Students will be able to use technology to locate, access, evaluate, and use information, and appropriately cite resources from digital/electronic media.
Students will understand the core IT concepts in a range of current and emerging technologies and learn to apply appropriate technologies to a range of tasks.
Students will understand many of the key ethical, legal and social issues related to information technology and how to interpret and comply with ethical principles, laws, regulations, and institutional policies.
Students will understand the essential issues related to information security, how to take precautions and use techniques and tools to defend against computer crimes.
(3 Credits) Covers use of computers to solve practical
scientific problems. Topics include creating effective
scientific presentations, analysis of experimental data,
online literature, data/information ethics, scientific modeling,
and communication/collaboration tools. Designed to equip students
with the knowledge and confidence they need to use future hardware
and software systems both as students and throughout
their scientific careers.
(Satisfies General Education Requirement: IT with Ethics component.)