Computers and those professionals that maintain, troubleshoot, program, administer, network, and build them are central to most every industry. Description: Wayne Community College located in Goldsboro, North Carolina would like to create a virtual classroom environment for the surrounding high schools. These schools would attend classes online for the subjects of Auto Cad and Hydraulics. The solution to the project is to download an open source program from to create an online virtual world that students can access via the internet and a client viewer on their computer that will allow them to access the virtual world.
Typical areas of study include computer games fundamentals, computer systems fundamentals, introduction to web design and development, programming (Java). In your second year, you will cover algorithms and data structures, computer games design, computer graphics, professional development. In your final year, you will study advanced computer graphics, advanced game development and a undertake a project.
Video game designers , multimedia artists, and animators create animation and visual effects for television, movies, video games, and other forms of media. Develop high-level programming and computer engineering skills that translate directly to the workplace and are in high demand among employers. During second year Technology you can apply to join paid co-op work terms. Three terms will qualify you for a co-op Technology diploma.
Humber’s Computer Engineering Technology advanced diploma program trains you to developÂ and design the cutting-edge technologies that propel most businesses and governments around the world. You’ll learn how to increase efficiencies as you work with computer applications, management information systems, databases, and computer networks. Your tasks will include planning, analyzing, designing, constructing, and maintaining these areas.
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.