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FIRST YEAR SEMINAR COURSE OFFERING

Creating Software Animations

Professor: A. Milewski

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Term: Fall

Year: 2013

Course Code: FY101-SE01

"This course provides a broad overview of the Computer Science and Software Engineering disciplines and prepares students for technology and software-oriented courses that they may take by teaching them how to develop software animations that are closely related to gaming and motion picture animation. Topics covered include programming concepts and object-oriented design, animation programming, computer architecture, programming languages, compilers, operating systems and problem solving in the context of software. The course will also sharpen higher-level academic skills, enhance awareness of professionalism and ethical issues, and facilitate a successful transition to university life.

Lab Fee: The laboratory fee for this course will cover the cost for regular maintenance/upgrades for laboratory computers needed to run the animation programming software.