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    Jun 24, 2019  
2018-2019 | Academic Catalog 
    
2018-2019 | Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Interactive Technology Programming and Design | A.A.B.


Interactive Technology designers develop multimedia web graphics and animation for electronic devices and user interfaces. They are often employed by advertising, publishing and design firms. Interactive Technology students design and create visual graphics that allow for user participation on various digital media, such as websites and cell phone applications. Students determine a client's needs and identify what the designs should communicate. They select and/or create the visual elements, including artwork and images and then construct the designs using layout software. A final design is then presented to a client or director for approval.♦

Program Outcomes ►
The student will
integrate Edison State core values into every aspect of the program;
incorporate Edison State general education outcomes into every aspect of the program;
evaluate and analyze problems and apply the tools of logical problem solving;
demonstrate basic computer skills in areas such as applications, operating systems and programming;
support new technology and demonstrate sufficient knowledge to adapt to this technology;
recognize and understand data communication and its relationship to solve business related technological problems and issues;
apply programming, database, operating systems, virtual machine concepts, security and business application skills to troubleshoot and solve information technology problems specific to degree option; and
demonstrate ability to research, select, use and troubleshoot hardware, software and network connections appropriate to degree option.

Semester 1


  CIT 110S Computer Concepts and Applications   3     ►Student should apply for Choose Ohio First scholarship and Hands On Technology scholarship before or during first semester.
►Advisor and student agree on schedule for Semester 2.
  CIT 211S Operating System Concepts   3 C  
  COM 121S Fundamentals of Communication      3    
  ENG 121S Composition I      3    
  PSY 121S Introduction to Psychology   3    
  Credit Hours 15      

Semester 2


  BUS 110S Introduction to Business    3     ►Advisor and student agree on schedule for Semester 3.
  CIT 106S Introduction to the Macintosh  OR  2    
  CIT 112S Game Development Essentials     3 C  
  CIT 111S Programming Logic and Design   3    
  NET 100S Introduction to the Internet   1    
  Math Elective1 3-5    
  Credit Hours 12-15    
  1To be chosen from MTH 110S, MTH 125S or MTH 128S.      

Semester 3


  ART 165S Digital Photography  OR 3     ►Student should consider choice of internship or the capstone course for 4th semester. If choosing internship, student should apply for it.
►Advisor to evaluate student's eligibility to graduate with Programming Short-Term Technical Certificate or Computer Languages Certificate.
  CIT 213S Creating 3D Models          
  CIT 222S Introduction to Programming C++   3 C  
  CIT 280S Mobile Applications Development  OR 3    
  NET 105S Computer Graphics        
  MKT 218S Customer Service   1    
  MKT 219S Integrated Marketing Communications  OR 3    
  MKT 231S Digital Marketing        
  PHI 123S Introduction to Ethics   3    
  Credit Hours 16    

Semester 4


  CIT 216S Capstone Project  OR 3     ►Student to submit graduation application.
►Student to meet with transfer advisor at four-year school, if applicable.
  CIT 291L Internship Experience  AND      
  CIT 291R Internship Seminar        
  CIT 223S Advanced Programming Using C#  OR 3    
  CIT 245S 3D Game Programming          
  CIT 230S Java Programming  OR 3    
  CIT 231S Multimedia Programming With Java        
  CIT 248S Programming With Python  OR 3    
  NET 101S Introduction to Internet Development   3    
  Credit Hours 15    

Total Credit Hours | 61-64


♦ Students who cannot demonstrate basic computer skills must take Introduction to Computers before entering this program.