Multimedia Management & Experience Graduate Program

Multimedia Management & Experience Graduate Program

A computer is made up of three parts: computation, storage and display. As computation and storage become increasingly ubiquitous and free, display (the presentation of information) becomes an even more critical part of any application. Devices such as computers, televisions and cell phones are rapidly becoming rich, thin clients for screen access and data entry, and where the visualization and auditory components are regarded as portable and polymorphic.

The Master of Science in Multimedia Management and Experience program requires a total of 30 graduate credits and brings together two elements of user interfaces and information presentation: multimedia content experience and content management.The program offers a firm grounding in computer graphics, human computer interaction and software engineering. Beyond this, students can choose to specialize in multimedia experience (advanced graphics, visual analytics) or multimedia management (distributed computing). Both tracks include courses in software engineering (user experience engineering and software architecture.)

GRE is Preferred for All Applicants

Course Requirements for Full Degree

Core     

CS 537 Interactive Computer Graphics
SWE 540 Introduction to Software Engineering
CS 545 Human Computer Interaction      

Multimedia Experience

Pick two of the following courses:

CS 538 Visual Analytics
CS 539 Real-Time Rendering, Gaming, Simulation
CS 541 Artificial Intelligence
CS 543 Computer Mediated Entertainment
CS 558 Computer Vision

Multimedia Management    

CS 520 Operating Systems

Pick one of the following courses:

CS 548 Engineering of Enterprise Software Systems
SWE 565 Software Architecture and Design

Pick one of the following courses:

CS 549 Distributed Systems
CS 522 Mobile and Pervasive Computing

Course Requirements for four-course Certificate Program

CS 537 Interactive Computer Graphics
SSW 540 Introduction to Software Engineering
CS 545 Human Computer Interaction
CS 538 Visual Analytics
or CS 539 Gaming
or CS 638 Advanced Graphics

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