CNIT 58100-CIT

CIT Research Seminar

This seminar is designed to provide opportunities for professional development of graduate students, raise their awareness of various issues that they may face in their professional careers, and provide opportunities to the students to survey research areas of their interest. The course familiarize students with research and advances in technological development in computer and information technology, develop critical thinking skills, and provide guidance to problem-solving through hands-on experience in computer and information technology research and development. Does not carry credit toward the CIT graduate plan of study, but highly recommended for all graduate students.

Prerequisites:  None. Course is highly recommended, when offered, for all first or second semester graduate students

Semesters Typically Offered:  To be determined, but eventual intent is fall semester only because that is when the largest number of new CIT graduate students are enrolled.

Contact Professor Jeff Whitten or Marc Rogers for additional information

Credit Hours: 

Computer and Information Technology

West Lafayette