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faculty helmut epp ph.d professor and dean northwestern university hani abu-salem ph.d associate professor illinois institute of technology olayele adelakun ph.d assistant professor turku school of economics business adm ehab al-shaer ph.d associate professor old dominican university gary andrus ph.d associate professor wayne state university david angulo m.s instructor loyola university chicago andrÄ– berthiaume ph.d associate professor university of montreal gian mario besana ph.d associate professor university of notre dame gregory brewster ph.d associate professor and associate dean university of wisconsin madison jacek brzezinski ph.d assistant professor depaul university robin burke ph.d associate professor northwestern university alan burns ph.d assistant professor kent state university susy chan ph.d professor syracuse university i-ping chu ph.d associate professor state university of new york at stony brook anthony chung ph.d associate professor university

daniel mittleman ph.d associate professor the university of arizona bamshad mobasher ph.d associate professor iowa state university jami montgomery ph.d assistant professor illinois institute of technology ashley morris ph.d associate professor tulane university thomas muscarello ph.d associate professor university of illinois at chicago makoto nakayama ph.d assistant professor university of california los angeles gary novak mfa assistant professor american film institute ljubomir perkoviĆ ph.d associate professor carnegie mellon university joseph phillips ph.d assistant professor university of michigan corin pitcher ph.d assistant professor university of oxford daniela raicu ph.d assistant professor oakland university james riely ph.d assistant professor university of north carolina at chapel hill john rogers ph.d associate professor university of chicago marcus schaefer ph.d assistant professor university of chicago eric schwabe ph.d associate professor

ipd 390 information systems security management program a 10-week comprehensive program covering best practices in designing implementing and maintaining an organizational information security plan ipd 394 j2ee developer program a 10-week in-depth program covering enterprise-wide applications development using j2ee ipd 382 java developer program a 10-week comprehensive program covering object-oriented applications development using java ipd 393 local area networks program a 12-week intensive program in the fundamentals of local area networks wide area networks and data communications ipd 389 .net developer program a 10-week comprehensive program covering .net technologies ipd 368/468 .net mobile applications development program a 10-week focused program covering the basic skills and techniques for successfully building mobile applications using the .net platform ipd 398 .net web services program an 8-week concentrated program covering service-oriented architecture and the development

bachelor of science in computer graphics and animation i developer concentration the developer concentration in the b.s in computer graphics and animation degree emphasizes software development for such areas as computer animation video gaming multimedia and special effects it prepares students for such careers as games development visualization and modeling cmn 220 public speaking csc 261 programming languages i c/c csc 262 programming languages ii c/c csc 321 design and analysis of algorithms csc 393 data structures in c eng 204 technical writing gph 211 perceptual principles for digital environments i gph 212 perceptual principles for digital environments ii gph 213 perceptual principles for digital environments iii gph 325 survey of computer graphics gph 329 computer graphics development gph 339 advanced rendering techniques gph 372 principles of computer animation gph 375 advanced graphics development gph 395 computer graphics senior project hci 315 theory and perception of

ƒ ƒ ƒ software engineering electives 3 – from a restricted list cti electives 1 open elective 1 software engineering electives open electives open electives may be taken from any department or program these are the only courses that may be taken under the pass/fail option see the undergraduate bulletin for details if you wish to pursue a minor most minor field courses will be credited as open electives note grades for all courses in the students major i.e non-liberal studies and non-open elective must be c or better grades of c may be accepted provided the overall grade point average in the major is 2.0 or better bachelor of arts and bachelor of science in digital cinema digitization has caused the convergence of cinema computer graphics animation and gaming digital cinema is an innovative production program dedicated to defining and developing the relationship between changing technologies and creative artistic expression the convergence of cinema animation and

it 240 introduction to desktop databases it 263 applied networks and security mat 140 discrete mathematics i or bms 125 business calculus i se 330 object oriented modeling ƒ 300-level cti elective 2 chosen in consultation with student s advisor ƒ open electives 7 open electives open electives may be taken from any department or program these are the only courses that may be taken under the pass/fail option see the undergraduate bulletin for details if you wish to pursue a minor most minor field courses will be credited as open electives note grades for all courses in the students major i.e non-liberal studies and non-open elective must be c or better grades of c may be accepted provided the overall grade point average in the major is 2.0 or better bachelor of science in human-computer interaction the bachelor of science in human-computer interaction is a multidisciplinary degree program designed to study methods that improve the working relationship between humans and

bachelor of arts and bachelor of science in information technology bachelor of arts the bachelors of arts in information technology program will give students a broad education in current areas of information technology with a focus on producing educated and sophisticated consumers of information technology cmn 212 small group communication or cmn 220 public speaking csc 223 the impact of computing technology on our lives csc 378 software projects for community clients eng 204 technical writing or eng 301 writing in the professions hci 210 introduction to human-computer interaction ics 200 introduction to business it 121 mathematical and technological literacy ii it 130 the internet and the web it 201 introduction to information systems it 223 data analysis or csc 239 personal computing it 230 building internet applications it 240 introduction to desktop databases it 263 applied networks and security or tdc 361 basic communication systems soc 394 sociology and society also counts as a

mat mat mat mat 312 351 370 372 abstract algebra iii probability and statistics i advanced linear algebra logic and set theory ii computational methods concentration the computational methods concentration is intended for students with an interest in quantitative and computational methods in computer science csc 385 numerical analysis or mat 385 numerical analysis i csc 386 advanced numerical analysis or mat 386 numerical analysis ii mat 330 methods of computation and theoretical physics i mat 331 methods of computation and theoretical physics ii iii graphics concentration the graphics concentration is intended for students who want to study the technical and mathematical foundations of computer graphics and animation gph 211 perceptual principles for digital environments i gph 212 perceptual principles for digital environments ii gph 325 survey of computer graphics gph 329 computer graphics development gph 336 smooth surface modeling for graphics and animation gph 339 advanced

all other bs requirements remain unchanged please refer to the program pages on the cti web site http cs.depaul.edu for the other courses you must take you need to receive a grade of b or higher in each course taken to fulfill ms prerequisite requirements the 10 courses necessary to complete the master’s phase of the bs/ms follow the ms degree program minus the three already taken for all courses that will be counted toward your ms you are subject to the same grade requirement as regular ms students please work with your advisor to formulate a plan that works best for your circumstances bs computer science ms computer science don’t take take instead corresponding to se 350 xse 350 se 450 csc 321 xcsc 391 csc 491 1 cti 300-level elective xcsc 347 csc 447 bs network technology standard ms telecommunications systems don’t take take instead corresponding to tdc 362 xtdc 360 tdc 460 tdc 364 xtdc 364 tdc 464 tdc 365 xtdc 363 tdc 463 bs math—computer science

minors in the college of computer science telecommunications and information systems minors within cti for cti students to obtain a minor in cti when the major is also in cti 1 satisfy all requirements for the major 2 satisfy all requirements for the minor 3 students must take at least 6 courses in the minor area that do not count towards their cti major note if you have already taken some of the courses listed under your minor on this page work with your advisor to choose other courses within the same program area ie nt minor would look under nt major courses and computer graphics software development would look under computer graphics courses in order to have 6 distinct courses cti minor requirements for non-cti majors computer games development minor dc 201 narrative techniques in digital cinema gph 211 perceptual principles for digital environments i gph 212 perceptual principles for digital environments ii gph 213 perceptual principles for digital environments iii gam 224

it 215 analysis and design techniques it 230 building internet applications it 240 introduction to desktop databases one course from the following list ƒ is 371 introduction to i.t system management ƒ is 372 fundamentals of software project management ƒ is 373 introduction to large systems implementation ƒ is 374 management support systems information technology minor it 130 the internet and the web it 230 building internet applications it 240 introduction to desktop databases tdc 361 basic communication systems or it 263 applied networks and security it 215 analysis and design techniques one additional cti course network technology minor csc 211 programming in java i or csc 261 programming languages i c/c csc 212 programming in java ii or csc 262 programming languages ii c/c it 130 the internet and the web it 201 introduction to information systems it 263 applied networks and security tdc 362 principles of data communications tdc 363 introduction to local area networks