[IMS 382] Identity & Public Policy
|Unique ID: 27335||Philip Doty|
|8:00 am - 12:00 pm|
Restricted to students in the Master of Science in Identity Management and Security program. Overview of how identity and public policy relate to each other. Examines key identity policy areas including privacy, surveillance, identity theft, health information, business-to-business relationships, and the co-evolution of identity and information technologies. The equivalent of three lecture hours a week for one semester. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.
Class will meet Fridays and Saturdays on the following weekends: January 24-25, February 14-15, March 6-7, April 3-4, May 1-2. co-taught by Philip Doty and Craig Blaha.