EME 6936 - Geographic Information Systems for Education (Co-Taught) (USF)
Using Geographical Information Systems (GIS) software to create, manipulate and interpret layers of interactive maps and databases. Students collect and modify geographical materials from the internet, satellite and aerial imagery, and field data. They design and test scientific inquiry-driven educational modules and/or visualizations for research and analysis on global and local geography, for use in economics, earth science, politics and civic action, history and sociology, global studies, and environmental.
CIS 4993 - Introduction to Game Development (UNF)
Prerequisite: COP 3540 or COP 3503 and COT 3100 or permission of instructor. This course is intended to provide students an overview of game development. Topics include the game development life cycle, an overview of the game industry, and an emphasis on game design and programming which includes some of the mathematics, physics, and artificial intelligence used to create games. Students practice these concepts in several assignments using Torque/Torque script. The course will culminate with the implementation of a complete game.
CGS 2525 - Multimedia Applications (UNF)
Prerequisite: CGS 1100 or CGS 1570 or a programming language or permission of instructor. Familiarity with Windows or Macintosh environment helpful. Principles, methods, and tools for the design and development of multimedia applications (incorporation of sound, animation, still images, hypertext and video in computing technology); authoring languages; multimedia technology hardware and trends.
CGS 2545 - Advanced Database Concepts (SJRCC)
Microcomputer Applications Software This course provides an in-depth study of functions common to database applications in the business environment. Topics include database design, data maintenance, report generation, advanced reporting, mailing labels generation, multiple databases, and elementary programming.