Computer Information Technology
Term : Spring 2020
Catalog Year : 2019-2020

CIT 693 - Mobile And Web Applications Development Master's Project

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Description: This course provides a culminating experience for MCIT students specializing in Mobile and Web Applications Development. Students will consult with their faculty mentor to propose, research, and report a major information technology project to demonstrate what they learned throughout their program. Synthesizing their learning in earlier course requirements in Mobile and Web Applications Development students will demonstrate their skills associated with mobile and Web programming including HTML, CSS, and JavaScript as well as mobile application development in Android and iOS. Students will also demonstrate skills for user interface design, database and SQL utilization, client and server-side programming, software versioning, and creating value for business organizations using mobile and Web applications. As part of the demonstration of learning, students will prepare an executive summary of the project highlighting key components such as the technical problem and solution, stakeholders, technologies used, and processes applied in the solution implementation. Using the executive summary as a guide, students will engage in an oral defense of their information technology project design with their faculty mentor demonstrating the student's readiness to take on the roles associated with mobile and Web application developers. Letter grade only.

Units: 3