Interactive Media Capstone (CIS 216)

This final capstone course will bring together students from all concentrations of the Interactive Media program to work in teams to design and build a significant project over the course of the semester. Students will learn about collecting user requirements, project management and team organization, processes and tools for building interactive media projects with a team, testing, product promotion and distribution, and follow-up support for a shipped product. Students will create websites, apps and games that will be put on the web and/or mobile app stores for free or sale, using industry standard tools and procedures. Students will also work on building a portfolio of their own work and defining a strategy to advance their career post course.

Prerequisites

The following courses must be taken prior to this course
CIS 140 - Client-Side Web Development or CIS 177 - Introduction to 3D Modeling or CIS 238 - iPhone OS Application Development or CIS 240 - Android Application Development or ART 135 - Typography
Term Location Sections Available
2019 Spring Semester - 15 Week Sections
Central Campus (Blue Bell)