CS 61002 - ALGORITHMS AND PROGRAMMING I
An introduction to the algorithms and tools used in computer science; includes programming in a high level language. No credit for CS majors. Prerequisite: CS 61001; graduate standing.
NOTE -- The Computer Science Department no longer offers CS 61001 and will soon drop it as a prerequisite for this course. In the meantime, students who want to register for this course should contact Marcy Curtiss via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (330-672-9047) to request a permit to register for the course.
CS 61003 - ALGORITHMS AND PROGRAMMING II
Further exploration into the tools used in computer science. No credit for CS majors. Prerequisite: CS 61002; graduate standing.
CS 63901 - SOFTWARE ENGINEERING METHODOLOGIES
Software process models; modeling languages; software process improvement; requirement analysis and elicitation; advanced systems and architectural design; estimation; verification and validation; reuse; and metrics. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.
ITEC 67403 - INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN
Enables students to design and develop instructional systems and materials using a systematic and research- and theory-based instructional design model. Prerequisite:graduate standing.
ITEC 67410 - SIMULATION-GAMES IN EDUCATION
Provides students with opportunities to explore simulation and games as a strategy for learning. Experiences in both group role-playing simulations and computer simulations will be included. Prerequisite: Graduate standing and special approval.
ITEC 67425 - MANAGING TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE
Analysis and evaluation of change process are explored, particularly as they relate to use of instructional technology. Management role for facilitating planned change as studied through communication and management models. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.
ITEC 67435 - VIRTUAL REALITY
Virtual reality provides promise as a tool for educators. Students will learn to create and evaluate instructional applications. Activities will include actual production of virtual worlds as well as virtual experiences on the Internet. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.
MIS 64042 - MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Theory, development application and management of information systems and their impact on people and organizations; emphasis on strategy, ethics and competitive advantage of modern technology. Prerequisite: graduate standing.
MIS 64045/74045 System Development Methodologies (3)
Critical comparative analysis of various technological and organizational methods for design, construction and maintenance of information systems. Survey of contemporary technologies and extrapolation to possible futures.Prerequisite: special approval.
MIS 64082 - DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
In-depth investigation of intelligent database management systems in support of business decision making. An understanding of relational databases is assumed. Object-oriented and semantic database will be explored. Prerequisite: graduate standing and special approval.
MIS 64083 - INFORMATION SECURITY: A MANAGERIAL PERSPECTIVE
Introduction to the information security areas that managers must understand in order to deal with today's security threat-laden environment. The emphasis is on the important principals and concepts that managers utilize to develop effective security risk management programs. Prerequisite: Admission to MBA program or admission to MS IAKM program; and graduate standing.
TECH 63020 - FIBER OPTIC SYSTEMS
Principles and characteristics of fiber optics, fiber optic system components and applications of fiber optics in electronic communication systems. Prerequisites: TECH 33220 and graduate standing.
TECH 64312 - ADVANCED WIRELESS TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEM AND NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES
Describes technologies associated with wireless and telecommunications systems. Topics covered include Public Switch Telephone Network Infrastructures, Intelligent Networks, Wireless Technologies in Manufacturing Enterprises, 3GPP Standards, ITU Standards. Prerequisites: TECH 56312 and graduate standing.
TECH 65330 - ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING IN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Advanced concepts in Visual Basic Programming for solving engineering problems. Topics covered include classes and objects; SQL server databases, Language Integrated Query, creating web apps, programming web forms, and security. Familiarity with Visual Basic Pogramming in Engineering Technology (TECH 56330) is strongly recommended. Prerequisites: graduate standing and TECH 56330.