|CSIS courses||CSCI courses||CIS courses||INFO courses|
Preparation of documents using information processing and standard
and advanced electronic productivity tools such as
templates, tables, columns, forms macros, graphics,
and merging. Integration of documents with
other software. Creating and maintaining hypertext
Prereq: Knowledge of word processing or ENGL 1550.
Analysis of information systems including architecture,
infrastructure, and technology processes and procedures.
Redesign and change issues, training and
personnel issues, and cost/benefit analyses.
Principles and practices of effective information systems
management. Includes organization environment,
leadership issues, information system types, strategic
role of information technology, planning issues,
managing and supporting essential technologies,
system development and computing, and successful
integration of people and technology.
Prereq: CSIS 1590 or INFO 2600.
An in-depth study of information technologies. Topics vary. May be repeated
for different topics.
Prereq: Permission of chairperson.
Communication theory and practice. Business letter writing; oral
communication. Review of English usage.
Prereq: ENGL 1551.
Technical configurations, graphic creation, manipulation, exchange,
and digital asset management. Web and multimedia audio and video. Video strategies on the
Internet. Fundamental Web utility tools. Storyboarding strategies, layout, and design issues.
Three hours lecture, two hours lab.
Prereq: CSIS 1590.
A study of multimedia authoring tools. Methods for integrating text,
graphics, sound, and video. Project required. Three
hours lecture and two hours lab.
Prereq: INFO 3774 .
Foundations of web site development including e-commerce, multimedia,
database integration, security, and accessibility. Use of scripting languages for interactivity.
Three hours lecture and two hours lab.
Prereq: INFO 3774.
Study of tools and technology for digital image processing. Creating and capturing still and
video images for use in Web site development.
Techniques used in compression and archiving of
graphics files. Project required. Three hours lecture
and two hours lab.
Prereq: INFO 3774.
Theory and practice of designing training programs. Analyzing
training needs, selecting instructional strategies,
and implementing and evaluating training programs.
Prereq: INFO 3774, or both INFO 1575 and CSIS 1590.
Information systems integration and modeling.
Analysis of dynamic information flow, functional
requirements, and system design in theory and
Prereq: CSIS 3722 and either CSIS 3723 or CSIS 3782.
A study of special topics in
information technologies. Subject matter and credit
hours will be announced in advance. May be repeated
multiple times if topic is different.
Prereq: At least 3 s.h. of upper-division departmental courses and permission of chair.
study of multimedia authoring tools. Analysis of
commercial applications. Group project required.
Prereq: INFO 3775.