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Special Topics Course Description | Fall 2013
BS 495A-ST Web Technologies for Business
Staff | 3 credit hours | Prerequisite: Junior standing and business major or instructor consent
This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the role and importance of business applications of Internet technologies. Beyond the technical understanding of network design elements and operation, students will understand the development of web-based applications across design, infrastructure, resource, and user perspectives. The course also has a particular emphasis on technology startup businesses and the still-emerging cloud-based technologies. Project management skills are emphasized throughout the course. Students will accomplish this through the use of readings, exercises, case studies, and projects.
CH 295A-ST Adventures in Chemistry
Cynthia Woodbridge | 3 credit hours | Note: QS 211 linked course
An introductory course to chemistry, including organic and biochemistry. Additionally, the course aims to provide concrete examples of how chemistry relates to things you see in the media every day: recycling, chemical weapons, genetically engineered food, diseases, and so on.
MU 295A-ST Music Business & Technology
Ray James | 3 credit hours
This course presents an overview of current trends relating to the music business and music technology, identifying the "nuts and bolts" of the music business as well as focusing on the concept of "art" in the industry. The course requires hands-on training of computer software application programs including, but not limited to, sequencing, music notation, interactive applications and office applications.