Get the hands-on, problem-solving skills needed to get started in a variety of computer fields. Michael I. Shamos , Ph.D., J.D,, is Distinguished Career Professor in the School of Computer Science. Dr. Shamos is an intellectual property attorney admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar and the Bar of the United States Patent and Trademark Office. He has previously taught courses in Intellectual Capital, eCommerce Legal Environment and Internet Law and Regulation for the Tepper School of Business, as well as courses in the Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistics Departments. He was Director of the MSIT in eBusiness Technology in the Institute for Software Research at Carnegie Mellon from 2004-2008. He is now Director of the M.S. in Biotechnology Innovation and Computation and the M.S. in Artificial Intelligence and Innovation. Dr. Shamos is a frequent expert witness in computer copyright, patent and electronic voting cases.
To a greater or lesser degree, all members of society are dependent upon the world of business and technology. Because of this reality, the Computer Technology Department at Bishop Kelly High School is committed to the belief that a knowledge and skill in technology is vital to success in college or in real-world employment. Design, develop, test, configure and maintain electronic systems by the application of both digital and analog techniques using a variety of electronic instruments, development systems and computer software.
Each summer UO hosts the Programming Languages Summer School, an international gathering of students, professors, and industry professionals who come together to learn about the application of methods in language theory. There are too many explanations to list for what constitutes computers and technology.â€ In summary, it is the design and use of computers to solve problems and make life easier.
Presentation of data in tabular and graphical form. Frequency distribution, measures of central tendency and variation. Probability, discrete and continuous data. Binomial and Normal probability distributions. Sampling, confidence limits, and hypothesis testing. Regression, correlation, and chi-square test. Applications to data and problems relevant to information technology.
Be the future of how we see the world with a Bachelor of Science degree in Virtual Reality (VR) from University of Advancing Technology (UAT). Because gaming technology and practices have become part of everyday life, there is a growing emergence of gaming-based technologies and interactions being embraced by mainstream businesses and organizations. VR designers also work as programmers, so students earning this seriously relevant game development degree develop the skills to work in the worlds of aesthetics and software development, equipped with the tools linking to the created worlds we can see, touch and interact with – all virtually. With UAT’s Virtual Reality degree, graduates enter the fields of entertainment, new product design, environment simulation and experience recreation.