Mobile App Development
The internet continues to be a breeding ground of opportunities for college graduates. As devices ranging from phones to refrigerators have become web-enabled, so have the needs of businesses to utilize mobile technologies to execute strategies. Referred to as “the internet of things,” current technologies are exceeding the abilities of some organizations to keep up.
A minor in mobile app development provides students the experiences and knowledge with technologies, tools, frameworks and programming languages that are necessary to develop mobile applications for devices and other applications. Students are required to take courses in computer science, web programming and mobile application development as well as select two other courses including an elective.
Students pursuing a minor in mobile app development must complete the following 3 courses (9 semester hours):
- CSCI 1301 – Computer Science I
- CSCI 3000 – Web Programming
- CSCI 3660 – Mobile Application Development
In addition students must select one of the following 3 semester hour courses as well as one additional 3 semester hour elective course (CSCI or CIS 3XXX/4XXX):
- CSCI 1302 – Computer Science II
- CSCI 1250 – Information Technologies