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1 1 Informatics Program Dr. Michael W. Totaro, Program Coordinator School of Computing and Informatics Ray P. Authement College of Sciences University of Louisiana at Lafayette (7) June 011 Revised: (5 June 01) Information systems and technologies facilitate the functions of organizations and interpersonal interactions in modern societies. The goal of the Informatics program is to educate students to apply information technologies and to design, maintain, and adapt information systems that solve problems with an understanding of human needs and context. The basic curriculum for the program is as follows: Curriculum Component Hours General education 4 Core courses 5 Concentration core 0 Concentration electives 9 Capstone 10 Practical information technology (IT) training can be delivered by a variety of programs, from forprofit training institutes to community colleges. A university graduate in an IT field can distinguish himself or herself by the ability to analyze a problem with a broader perspective, covering the professional, ethical, legal, security, and social responsibilities. More importantly, he or she has the knowledge and ability to adapt to emerging technologies and stay current with newer tools as they are developed in his or her career. The Informatics core and capstone courses are designed and chosen to prepare our students to develop the aforementioned abilities by educating them in these bodies of knowledge: Body of Knowledge Credit Course Informatics Fundamentals INFX 101 Programming Fundamentals CMPS 150 Human Computer Interaction INFX 10 Information Technology Infrastructure INFX 40 Computational Thinking INFX 01 Computers in Society CMPS 10 Information Assurance and Security INFX 0 Information Management INFX 0 Technical Writing ENGL 65 Systems Integration and Architecture INFX 80 System Administration and Maintenance INFX 450 Web Systems and Technologies INFX 470

2 Informatics Capstone INFX 490 The foundation course of the program is INFX 101, which introduces the student to Informatics and provides foundation skills for subsequent courses in the major. It describes how Informatics relates to other computing disciplines, and begins to instill an Informatics mindset in the students. In our 00-level core INFX courses, the students learn (i) data networking and computer architecture at a higher level of abstraction as an IT Infrastructure course; and (ii) the design of human computer interface in the context of web site user-friendliness. The students will acquire the knowledge and skills that they need for communicating effectively with professionals whose special focus is on hardware and systems software technology and for designing organizational processes and software solutions that require in-depth understanding of the IT infrastructure capabilities and limitations. They also prepare the students for organizational roles that require interaction with external vendors of IT infrastructure components and solutions. In our 00- and 400-level core INFX courses, the students are educated in designing, administering, and maintaining information systems from different perspectives. One of the roles of the informatics professional is to design and build systems and integrate them into an organization. Our students develop the skills to gather requirements, then source, evaluate, and integrate components into a single system, and finally validate the system. Information derived from data is important to the management, productivity, and differentiation of an organization. Making information meaningful to a decision-maker includes the collection, organization, modeling, transformation, presentation, safety, and security of the data and information. Our students learn to develop, deploy, manage, and integrate data and information systems to support the organization. An important role of the informatics professional is to design and build systems and integrate them into an organization as well as to administer these systems. Our courses develop the skills to gather requirements, then source, evaluate, and integrate components into a single system, validate the system, and subsequently administer and maintain the system. IT applications are increasingly web-based. Web technology has grown to include a variety of business, academic, organizational, and social applications. Diverse multi-cultural and multilingual user communities now depend on Web technology. Our students are educated in the technical, social, ethical, and security issues related to the Web and social computing software. In order to design technical solutions within the context of business organizations, our students should acquire an understanding of business processes. Our students learn how to identify, document, model, assess, and improve core business processes. They are introduced to challenges and approaches to organizational change, domestic and offshore outsourcing, and inter-organizational processes.

3 The curriculum of the Informatics program is as follows: CODE: S00 Bachelor of Science UNIV 100 First Yr Seminar: Cajun Connection UNIV 00 *1 Information Literacy... ENGL 101 Introduction to Academic Writing.. ENGL 10 Writing & Research About Culture.. INFX 101 * Fundamentals of Informatics... INFX 10 * Human Computer Interaction... INFX 40 * Information Tech Infrastructure... MATH 14 * Pre-Calculus Algebra & Trigonometry MATH 50 * Survey of Calculus... Elective (SCI)... Elective * (Concentration Core)... 1 CMPS 150 * Introduction to Computer Science CMPS 10 * Computers in Society... INFX 01 * Computational Thinking... Elective 4 (ARTS)... Elective 5 (CMCN)... Elective (SCI)... Elective * (Concentration Core)... ENGL 65 * Technical Writing... INFX 0 * Information Assurance & Security INFX 0 * Information Management... INFX 80 * Sys Integration & Architecture... Elective 6 (BHSC)... Elective 7 (HIST)... Elective * (Concentration Core) INFX 450 * Systems Admin & Maintenance... INFX 470 * Web Systems and Technologies... INFX 490 *8 Informatics Capstone... Elective 6 (BHSC)... Elective (LIT)... Elective (SCI)... Elective * (Concentration Core)... *Graduation Requirements for Informatics Majors: To qualify for graduation, a student must earn a grade of C or better in all INFX, CMPS, MATH, STAT, and Concentration core/elective courses. Students who meet criteria set by the Department of Mathematics may register for MATH 14 upon entry. Those who do not meet these qualifications must take both MATH 109 and 110, in order to satisfy the MATH 14 requirement. 1 Complete UNIV 00 or a computer proficiency examination before being admitted to Upper Division. Must be selected from both biological (BIOL), and physical (CHEM, GEOL, PHYS) sciences, with two courses within the Concentrations: Business Informatics (S00-01), Health Informatics (S00-0), Media Technology (S00-0), Systems Administration (S00-04), Web Design (S00-05), Individualized (S00-06). Each concentration area has 0 core hours and 9 elective hours. A list of courses that satisfy concentration core/electives is available through the Informatics Program. As soon as feasible upon entry to the INFX Program, but no later than the end of the first semester after completing INFX 101 with a grade of C or better, a student in an Individualized Concentration must submit a Play of Study to his/her INFX advisor for approval. 4 Must be selected from MUS, VIAR, DANC, THEA or DSGN Must be selected from CMCN 100 (or 101 for international students), 0, 0 (HONR), 0, or Must be selected from ANTH, ECON, GEOG, POLS, PSYC, SOCI, or CJUS with at least one -hour course at the 00-level or above. See advisor for a list of acceptable courses. 7 Must be from HIST except Must be taken in last semester. We expect our graduates to have the education and training to design, administer, and maintain information systems in a variety of domains. The concentrations enable the students to focus on an application domain (business, health, digital media, Web design), on a technical field (systems administration), or on one or more other domains that extend beyond the named concentrations (individualized). Specifically, we offer a set of concentrations in: a. Business Informatics b. Health Informatics c. Media Technology d. Systems Administration e. Web Design f. Individualized

4 Additionally, we offer a set of INFX concentration courses to support these concentrations. Each concentration consists of required credit hours and 9 elective credits, taken from the Informatics and Computer Science programs, as well as other related disciplines. In the remaining pages of this document, we present each of the six concentration areas and a list of INFX course descriptions. 4 Next page, please.

5 5 Business Informatics Concentration (S00-01) ACCT 01 Introduction to Accounting ENGL 101 Introduction to Academic Writing ENGL 10 Writing & Research about Culture INFX 101 Fundamentals of Informatics INFX 10 Human Computer Interaction INFX 40 Information Technology Infrastructure MATH 14 * Precalculus Algebra & Trig MATH 50 Survey of Calculus UNIV 100 Cajun Connection UNIV 00 Information Literacy Elective (SCI) 1 ACCT 0 Intro to Managerial Accounting CMPS 150 Introduction to Computer Science CMPS 07 Computers in Organization or 60 Intro Data Structures & Software Dsgn CMPS 10 Computers in Society ECON 01 Principles of Economics I or 0 Principles of Economics II or 00 Economic Fundamentals INFX 01 Computational Thinking STAT 5 Introduction to Statistics Elective 4 (ARTS) Elective 5 (CMCN) Elective (SCI) ENGL 65 Technical Writing FNAN 00 Business Finance INFX 0 Information Assurance and Security INFX 0 Information Management INFX 80 Systems Integration and Architecture INFX 481 Business Process Analysis and Design MGMT 0 Mgmt of Behavior & Organizations Elective 6 (BHSC) Elective 8 (HIST) 1 Must be selected as follows: Choose at least two from: MKTG 45 Principles of Marketing BLAW 10 Legal Environment of Business BSAT 8 Service Operations INFX 41 Visual Analytics INFX 491 Internship INFX 499 Special Topics in Informatics Choose at most one from: MATH 0 Mathematics for Business PHIL 16 Professional Ethics 0 INFX 45 Business Intelligence & Adv. Database INFX 440 Advanced Network Infrastructure INFX 450 Systems Administration & Maintenance INFX 470 Web Systems and Technologies INFX Informatics Capstone Elective 6 (BHSC) Elective (LIT) Elective (SCI) Complete UNIV 00 or a computer proficiency examination before being admitted to Upper Division. Must be selected from both biological (BIOL), and physical (CHEM, GEOL, PHYS) sciences, with two courses within the 4 Must be selected from MUS, VIAR, DANC, THEA or DSGN Must be selected from CMCN 100 (or 101 for international students), 0, 0 (HONR), 0, or Must be selected from ANTH, ECON, GEOG, POLS, PSYC, SOCI, or CJUS with at least one -hour course at the 00-level or above. See advisor for a list of acceptable courses. 7 Must be taken in last semester. 8 Must be from HIST except 490. Students must earn a C or better in each core course and each concentration course. * Students who meet criteria set by the Department of Mathematics may register for MATH 14 upon entry. Those who do not meet these qualifications must take both MATH 109 and 110, in order to satisfy the MATH 14 requirement. 9 0

6 6 Health Informatics Concentration (S00-0) ACCT 01 Introduction to Accounting ENGL 101 Introduction to Academic Writing ENGL 10 Writing & Research about Culture INFX 101 Fundamentals of Informatics INFX 10 Human Computer Interaction INFX 40 Information Technology Infrastructure MATH 14 * Precalculus Algebra & Trig MATH 50 Survey of Calculus UNIV 100 Cajun Connection UNIV 00 Information Literacy Elective (SCI) 1 CMPS 150 Introduction to Computer Science CMPS 07 Computers in Organization or 60 Intro Data Structures & Software Dsgn CMPS 10 Computers in Society INFX 01 Computational Thinking MGMT 0 Mgmt of Behavior & Organizations STAT 5 Introduction to Statistics HSA 01 Healthcare Delivery Systems Elective 4 (ARTS) Elective 5 (CMCN) Elective (SCI) ENGL 65 Technical Writing INFX 0 Information Assurance and Security INFX 0 Information Management INFX 80 Systems Integration and Architecture INFX 481 Business Process Analysis and Design LCHI 0 Health Care Information Systems Elective 6 (BHSC) Elective 8 (HIST) 1 Must be selected as follows: Choose at least two from: LCHI 47 Electronic Health Records I INFX 41 Visual Analytics INFX 491 Internship INFX 499 Special Topics in Informatics LCHI 475 Medical Informatics Choose at most one from: PHIL 0 Critical Thinking PHIL 16 Professional Ethics HIM Legal Aspects for the Health Care Field PSYC 1 Life-Span Development Psych 0 INFX 45 Business Intelligence & Adv. Database INFX 440 Advanced Network Infrastructure INFX 450 Systems Administration & Maintenance INFX 470 Web Systems and Technologies INFX Informatics Capstone STAT 417 Biometry Elective 6 (BHSC) Elective (LIT) Elective (SCI) Complete UNIV 00 or a computer proficiency examination before being admitted to Upper Division. Must be selected from both biological (BIOL), and physical (CHEM, GEOL, PHYS) sciences, with two courses within the 4 Must be selected from MUS, VIAR, DANC, THEA or DSGN Must be selected from CMCN 100 (or 101 for international students), 0, 0 (HONR), 0, or Must be selected from ANTH, ECON, GEOG, POLS, PSYC, SOCI, or CJUS with at least one -hour course at the 00-level or above. See advisor for a list of acceptable courses. 7 Must be taken in last semester. 8 Must be from HIST except 490. Students must earn a C or better in each core course and each concentration course. * Students who meet criteria set by the Department of Mathematics may register for MATH 14 upon entry. Those who do not meet these qualifications must take both MATH 109 and 110, in order to satisfy the MATH 14 requirement. 9 0

7 7 Media Technology Concentration (S00-0) ENGL 101 Intro Academic Writing ENGL 10 Writing & Research about Culture INFX 101 Fundamentals of Informatics INFX 10 Human Computer Interaction INFX 40 Information Technology Infrastructure MATH 14 * Precalculus Algebra & Trig MATH 50 Survey of Calculus MIA 101 Intro To Moving Image Arts UNIV 100 Cajun Connection UNIV 00 Information Literacy Elective (SCI) 1 CMCN 15 Video Basics CMCN 8 Internet Communication CMPS 150 Introduction to Computer Science CMPS 07 Computers in Organization or 60 Intro Data Structures & Software Dsgn CMPS 10 Computers in Society INFX 01 Computational Thinking VIAR 5 Art and the Computer VIAR 40 Graphics Design Fundamentals Elective (SCI) Elective 4 (CMCN) ENGL 65 Technical Writing INFX 0 Information Assurance and Security INFX 0 Information Management INFX 61 Fundamentals of Video Game Design INFX 80 Systems Integration and Architecture VIAR 65 Introduction to Computer Animation Elective 5 (BHSC) Elective 7 (HIST) 1 CMCN 85 ( cr.) is required; the other six hours must be selected as follows: Choose at most one from: CMPS 61 Advanced Data Structures CMPS 415 Computer Graphics INFX 491 Internship INFX 499 Special Topics in Informatics CMCN Photojournalism VIAR 66 Intermediate Computer Animation VIAR 465 Advanced Computer Animation Choose at most one from: CMCN 5 Visual Communication I CMCN 65 Single Camera Production ECON 01 or 0 or 00 Prin I or II or Fund MGMT 0 Fundamentals THEA 00 Activities in Dramatics 0 INFX 41 Visual Analytics INFX 45 Business Intelligence & Adv. Database INFX 440 Advanced Network Infrastructure INFX 450 Systems Administration & Maint. INFX 470 Web Systems and Technologies INFX 490 **6 Informatics Capstone Elective 5 (BHSC) Elective (LIT) Elective (SCI) Complete UNIV 00 or a computer proficiency examination before being admitted to Upper Division. Must be selected from both biological (BIOL), and physical (CHEM, GEOL, PHYS) sciences, with two courses within the 4 Must be selected from CMCN 100 (or 101 for international students), 0, 0 (HONR), 0, or Must be selected from ANTH, ECON, GEOG, POLS, PSYC, SOCI, or CJUS with at least one -hour course at the 00-level or above. See advisor for a list of acceptable courses. 6 Must be taken in last semester. 7 Must be from HIST except 490. Students must earn a C or better in each core course and each concentration course. * Students who meet criteria set by the Department of Mathematics may register for MATH 14 upon entry. Those who do not meet these qualifications must take both MATH 109 and 110, in order to satisfy the MATH 14 requirement. ** In collaboration with MIA 465 Capstone Project. 9 0

8 Systems Administration Concentration (S00-04) EECE 140 Computer Engineering ENGL 101 Intro Academic Writing ENGL 10 Writing & Research about Culture INFX 101 Fundamentals of Informatics INFX 10 Human Computer Interaction INFX 40 Information Technology Infrastructure MATH 14 * Precalculus Algebra & Trig MATH 50 Survey of Calculus UNIV 100 Cajun Connection UNIV 00 Information Literacy Elective (SCI) 1 CMPS 150 Introduction to Computer Science CMPS 60 Intro Data Structures & Software Design CMPS 10 Computers in Society INFX 01 Computational Thinking STAT 5 Introduction to Statistics Elective 4 (ARTS) Elective 5 (CMCN) Elective (SCI) CMPS 61 Advanced Data Structures ENGL 65 Technical Writing INFX 0 Information Assurance and Security INFX 1 Network Security INFX 0 Information Management INFX 4 Distributed Information Systems INFX 80 Systems Integration and Architecture Elective 6 (BHSC) Elective 8 (HIST) 1 Must be selected as follows; Choose at least two from: CMPS 60 Programming in Java CMPS 455 Introduction to Operating Systems EECE ^ Telecommunications or EECE 40 Digital Systems EECE 40 Microprocessors INFX 499 Special Topics in Informatics Choose at most one from: BLAW 10 Legal Environment of Business MGMT 0 Mgmt of Behavior & Organization PHIL 16 Professional Ethics 0 INFX 440 Advanced Network Infrastructure INFX 450 Systems Administration & Maintenance INFX 451 Unix System Administration INFX 470 Web Systems and Technologies INFX 481 Business Process Analysis and Design INFX Informatics Capstone INFX 491 Internship Elective 6 (BHSC) Elective (LIT) Elective (SCI) Complete UNIV 00 or a computer proficiency examination before being admitted to Upper Division. Must be selected from both biological (BIOL), and physical (CHEM, GEOL, PHYS) sciences, with two courses within the 4 Must be selected from MUS, VIAR, DANC, THEA or DSGN Must be selected from CMCN 100 (or 101 for international students), 0, 0 (HONR), 0, or Must be selected from ANTH, ECON, GEOG, POLS, PSYC, SOCI, or CJUS with at least one -hour course at the 00-level or above. See advisor for a list of acceptable courses. 7 Must be taken in last semester. 8 Must be from HIST except 490. Students must earn a C or better in each core course and each concentration course. * Students who meet criteria set by the Department of Mathematics may register for MATH 14 upon entry. Those who do not meet these qualifications must take both MATH 109 and 110, in order to satisfy the MATH 14 requirement. ^ Formerly EECE

9 9 Web Design Concentration (S00-05) ENGL 101 Intro Academic Writing ENGL 10 Writing & Research about Culture INFX 101 Fundamentals of Informatics INFX 10 Human Computer Interaction INFX 40 Information Technology Infrastructure MATH 14 * Precalculus Algebra & Trig MATH 50 Survey of Calculus MIA 101 Intro To Moving Image Arts UNIV 100 Cajun Connection UNIV 00 1 Information Literacy Elective (SCI) 1 CMCN 8 Internet Communication CMPS 150 Introduction to Computer Science CMPS 07 Computers in Organization or 60 Intro Data Structures & Software Dsgn CMPS 10 Computers in Society INFX 01 Computational Thinking VIAR 5 Art and the Computer VIAR 5 Media Workshop Elective (SCI) Elective (CMCN) Elective 4 (BHSC) ENGL 65 Technical Writing CMCN 85 Communication Law and Ethics INFX 0 Information Assurance and Security INFX 0 Information Management VIAR 40 Graphic Design Fundamentals INFX 80 Systems Integration and Architecture VIAR 65 Introduction to Computer Animation VIAR 66 Intermediate Computer Animation INFX 70 Interactive Website Development Elective 6 (HIST) 0 VIAR 98 Digital Photography VIAR 465 Advanced Computer Animation or INFX 71 Database-backed Website Dev or INFX 499 Special Topics in Informatics INFX 450 Systems Administration & Maint INFX 410 Interactive Narrative INFX 470 Web Systems and Technologies INFX 471 Media for e-commerce INFX Informatics Capstone Elective 4 (BHSC) Elective (LIT) Elective (SCI) 1 Complete UNIV 00 or a computer proficiency examination before being admitted to Upper Division. Must be selected from both biological (BIOL), and physical (CHEM, GEOL, PHYS) sciences, with two courses within the Must be selected from CMCN 100 (or 101 for international students), 0, 0 (HONR), 0, or Must be selected from ANTH, ECON, GEOG, POLS, PSYC, SOCI, or CJUS with at least one -hour course at the 00-level or above. See advisor for a list of acceptable courses. 5 Must be taken in last semester. 6 Must be from HIST except 490. Students must earn a C or better in each core course and each concentration course. * Students who meet criteria set by the Department of Mathematics may register for MATH 14 upon entry. Those who do not meet these qualifications must take both MATH 109 and 110, in order to satisfy the MATH 14 requirement. 9 0

10 Individualized Concentration^ (S00-06) ENGL 101 Intro Academic Writing ENGL 10 Writing & Research about Culture INFX 101 Fundamentals of Informatics INFX 10 Human Computer Interaction INFX 40 Information Technology Infrastructure MATH 14 * Precalculus Algebra & Trig MATH 50 Survey of Calculus UNIV 100 Cajun Connection UNIV 00 1 Information Literacy Elective (SCI) Elective^ (Concentration/Core) 1 CMPS 150 Introduction to Computer Science CMPS 07 Computers in Organization or 60 Intro Data Structures & Software Dsgn CMPS 10 Computers in Society INFX 01 Computational Thinking Elective 4 (ARTS) Elective (CMCN) Elective (SCI) Elective^ (Concentration/Core) ENGL 65 INFX 0 INFX 0 INFX 80 Elective 4 Elective 6 Elective^ Technical Writing Information Assurance and Security Information Management Systems Integration and Architecture (BHSC) (HIST) (Concentration/Core) 1 0 INFX 450 Systems Administration & Maintenance INFX 470 Web Systems and Technologies INFX Informatics Capstone Elective 4 (BHSC) Elective (LIT) Elective (SCI) Elective^ (Concentration/Core) ^A student must develop a Plan of Study listing the Concentration Elective Courses (9 credit hours) with his or her academic advisor, in conjunction with other INFX faculty as well as faculty from the domain area (or areas) of particular interest to the student. The Plan of Study must be approved by the Informatics Program Coordinator before a student is admitted to the Upper Division. 1 Complete UNIV 00 or a computer proficiency examination before being admitted to Upper Division. Must be selected from both biological (BIOL), and physical (CHEM, GEOL, PHYS) sciences, with two courses within the Must be selected from CMCN 100 (or 101 for international students), 0, 0 (HONR), 0, or Must be selected from ANTH, ECON, GEOG, POLS, PSYC, SOCI, or CJUS with at least one -hour course at the 00-level or above. See advisor for a list of acceptable courses. 5 Must be taken in last semester. 6 Must be from HIST except 490. Students must earn a C or better in each core course and each concentration course. * Students who meet criteria set by the Department of Mathematics may register for MATH 14 upon entry. Those who do not meet these qualifications must take both MATH 109 and 110, in order to satisfy the MATH 14 requirement

11 11 INFORMATICS (INFX) COURSE OFFERINGS Numbering of the INFX courses The first digit of the course number represents the level of the course. The second digit of the course number represents a knowledge area within Informatics: Course Number Code Knowledge Area 0 Of general interest to all areas 1 Human computer interaction Information assurance and security Information management 4 Information technology infrastructure 5 System administration and maintenance 6 Entertainment, multimedia 7 Web systems and technologies 8 Systems integration and architecture 9 Special courses INFORMATICS (INFX S00) Michael W. Totaro, Program Coordinator; James R. Oliver Hall 0 COURSE DESCRIPTIONS 101. INFORMATICS FUNDAMENTALS. (, 0, ). Pervasive themes in informatics, history of information technology, related disciplines, and application domains. Prereq: Eligibility for MATH HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION. (, 0, ). Human factors in the design of computer application interfaces; survey of web-based HCI and emerging technologies; interactive software and styles; design principles and considerations; development methods; and tools, interface quality and evaluation methods. Prereq: C or better in INFX 101 and MATH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE. (, 0, ). Computer and systems architecture; communication networks, organizational services and capabilities enablement through IT infrastructure solutions; emphasis on Internetbased solutions. Prereq: C or better in INFX 101 and MATH 14. To register for an Informatics course numbered 00 and above, Informatics majors must be in Upper Division and meet course prerequisites; non-majors must receive approval from the Informatics Program Coordinator. Not all classes are offered every semester. 01. COMPUTATIONAL THINKING. (, 0, ). Human thinking and mental tools that are influenced by the nature of computing processes and the concepts of computer science: computability, algorithmic thinking, symbol processing, heuristic reasoning, searching, parallel and distributed thinking, abstraction, hierarchical organization, rationality and its limits, complexity, languages of thought, knowledge and its representation. 0. INFORMATION ASSURANCE AND SECURITY. (, 0, ). Computing communication and organizational systems; emphasis on vulnerabilities, threat analysis, models, attacks and recovery. 1. NETWORK SECURITY. (, 0, ). Threats to information confidentiality, integrity, and availability in the various Internet layers; emphasis on cryptographic, primitives/protocols, authentication, authorization and access control technologies. Prereq: INFX INFORMATION MANAGEMENT. (, 0, ). Database systems, including conceptual design and implementation, management; emphasis on the relational database model. 4. DISTRIBUTED INFORMATION SYSTEMS. (, 0, ). Distributed and object models of computation; advanced concepts such as remote method invocations, object brokers, object services, open systems, and future trends. Pre or coreq: INFX 0 or permission of instructor required

12 61. FUNDAMENTALS OF VIDEO GAME DESIGN. (, 0, ). Design and production; business and documentation of design; user interface and storytelling. Prereq: VIAR 5 or permission of instructor required. **INFX 70 and INFX 71 are new courses, still undergoing final approval. Course descriptions for these two are unofficial. 70. Interactive Website Development. (,0,). Web standards and behavioral layer of Web development. Client-side scripting and scripting languages. Pre or Coreq: INFX 0. Restr: If prerequisites are not met permission of program coordinator required. 71. Database-backed Website Development. (,0,). Server-side scripting methodologies and database design for interactive web sites. Prereq: INFX 70. Restr: If prerequisites are not met permission of program coordinator required. 80. SYSTEMS INTEGRATION AND ARCHITECTURE. (, 0, ). Traditional and structural approaches to analysis and design; project initiation, planning, requirements gathering and requirements modeling; project management fundamentals; IT applications and organizational processes. **INFX 410 is a new course, still undergoing final approval. Course description for this course is unofficial Interactive Narrative. (,0,). Aesthetics of the electronic narrative and games as narrative structures; Web assignments and creation of electronic stories using authoring systems and multimedia software tools. Prereq: Six hours junior-level Informatics course credits and six hours of Visual Arts course credits, including VIAR 65, all with a grade of C or better. Restr: If prerequisites are not met permission of program coordinator required. 41. VISUAL ANALYTICS. (, 0, ). Visualization of data and information for different platforms using software tools. Prereq: Six hours junior-level Informatics course credits with a grade of C. Restr: If prerequisites not met permission of program coordinator required. 45. BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND ADVANCED DATABASES. (, 0, ). Emphasis on query language. Prereq: Six hours junior-level Informatics course credits with a grade of C, including INFX 0. Restr: If prerequisites not met permission of program coordinator required ADVANCED NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURES. (, 0, ). Evaluation, planning, design, deployment, and maintenance. Prereq: Six hours junior-level Informatics course credits with a grade of C. Restr: If prerequisites not met permission of program coordinator required SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION AND MAINTENANCE. (, 0, ). Installation, management, and administration of computing infrastructures. Prereq: Six hours junior-level Informatics course credits with a grade of C, including INFX 0. Restr: If prerequisites not met permission of program coordinator required UNIX SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION. (, 0, ). History, operation use and services, applications, administrative tasks, and related topics. Prereq: INFX 450 with a grade of C. Restr: If prerequisites not met permission of program coordinator required WEB SYSTEMS AND TECHNOLOGIES. (, 0, ). Design, implementation, and testing of Web-based applications, and software. Prereq: Six hours junior-level Informatics course credits with a grade of C, including INFX 0. Restr: If prerequisites not met permission of program coordinator required. **INFX 471 is a new course, still undergoing final approval. Course description for this course is unofficial Media for Electronic Commerce. (,0,). Applications of server-side Internet programming languages and media theory to e-commerce, Internet security, and online portals. Prereq: INFX 71 with a grade of C or better. Restr: If prerequisites are not met permission of program coordinator required BUSINESS PROCESS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN. (, 0, ). Use of information technology to manage, transform, and improve business processes. Prereq: Six hours junior-level Informatics course credits with a grade of C, including INFX 80. Restr: If prerequisites not met permission of program coordinator required INFORMATICS CAPSTONE. (, 0, ). Integrative, supervised group project in which students analyze, specify, design, construct, evaluate, and implement a significant information processing system. Prereq: Grade of C in all required 1

13 junior-level Informatics courses and a grade C in 6 hours of senior-level Informatics courses, including either INFX 450 or INFX 470. Restr: Must be taken in student s final semester INTERNSHIP. (, 0, ). Professional work experience. Prereq: Completion of all Informatics core courses with a grade of C. Restr: Permission of internship coordinator required. If prerequisites not met permission of program coordinator required SPECIAL PROJECT. (, 0, ). Prereq: GPA of.00 or better; six hours junior-level Informatics course credits, including INFX 01, with a grade of C ; and permission of instructor. Restr: If prerequisites not met permission of program coordinator required. Instruction Type: Directed Project SPECIAL TOPICS IN INFORMATICS. (, 0, ). May be repeated for credit. Alternate subtitles will appear on students transcripts. Prereq: Six hours junior-level Informatics course credits with a grade of C. Restr: Permission of instructor required. If prerequisites not met permission of program coordinator required. 1

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