Information and Computer Science
M.S. Coursework
for Matthew Sharritt, August 2001 - May 2003
Attained M.S. in Information and Computer Science

COURSE# TITLE TERM CREDIT HOURS FINAL
ICS 691 TOPICS IN SOFTWARE- COMPUTATIONAL EXOLINGUISTICS SPRING 03 3 A
ETEC 649 DESIGN OF ONLINE COURSEWARE SPRING 03 3 A
ICS 667 ADVANCED HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION METHODS FALL 02 3 A
ICS 690 SEMINAR IN ICS FALL 02 1 PASS
ICS 691 TOPICS IN SOFTWARE- INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE FALL 02 3 A
ICS 699 DIRECTED READING / RESEARCH- SONY PLAYSTATION PROJECT (CONTINUED FROM SPRING 02, WITH NEW PROJECT FOCUS) FALL 02 3 B
LIS 694 SPECIAL TOPICS IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY- DIGITAL LIBRARIANSHIP SUMMER 02 3 A
EE 665 COMPUTER SYSTEMS SPRING 02 3 A
ICS 664 HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION SPRING 02 3 A
ICS 691 TOPICS IN SOFTWARE- MEDICAL INFORMATICS SPRING 02 3 B
ICS 699 DIRECTED READING / RESEARCH- SONY PLAYSTATION PROJECT SPRING 02 3 A
ICS 321 DATA STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL FALL 01 3 B
ICS 682 NUMERICAL COMPUTATION FALL 01 3 B

 

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ICS 321 Data Storage and Retrieval ICS 321 Data Storage and Retrieval (3) Data storage devices, timing and capacity, programming for files, hashed and indexed files, introduction to relational database systems. Pre: 141 and 211, or consent.
 
EE 665 Computer Systems EE 665 Computer Systems (3) Modern operating system software, process communication, distributed systems, device drivers. Software development and maintenance, integration of software packages. Projects reflecting special interests of faculty. Pre: 461 and 468.
 
ETEC 649 Design of Online Courseware ETEC 649 Development of Online Courseware (3) Planning, design, and development of online instruction for educational and training settings. Implementation of online course elements such as student interaction, course management, testing, and content delivery using an authoring environment such as Web Course Tools or equivalent. Repeatable once. AF only. Pre: 620 or consent.

ICS 664 Human-Computer Interaction

ICS 664 Human-Computer Interaction (3) Studies of human performance in designing and using information systems. Emphasizes concepts and methodologies from human factors, psychology, and software engineering relating to human performance. Pre: 413.
 
ICS 667 Advanced HCI Design Methods ICS 667 Advanced HCI Design Methods (3) Advanced analytical and empirical methods for the design and evaluation of usable, useful, and robust human-computer interfaces. Students will apply selected methodologies to a major system design project. Pre: 463 or 465; or consent.
 
ICS 682- Numerical Computation ICS 682 Numerical Computation (3) Selected topics in numerical analysis, mathematical software, and scientific computation; examples include sparse matrix methods, finite element methods, mathematical programming. Repeatable. Pre: 440 or consent.
 
ICS 690 Seminar in ICS ICS 690 Seminar in ICS (1) Series of talks on advanced research topics. CR/NC only.
 
ICS 691 Topics in Software- Computational Exolinguistics ICS 691 Topics in Software (3) Reflects special interests of faculty in advanced programming, systems programming, software systems. Repeatable. Pre: consent.
ICS 691 Topics in Software- Introduction to Information Architecture ICS 691 Topics in Software (3) Reflects special interests of faculty in advanced programming, systems programming, software systems. Repeatable. Pre: consent.
 
ICS 691 Topics in Software- Medical Informatics ICS 691 Topics in Software (3) Reflects special interests of faculty in advanced programming, systems programming, software systems. Repeatable. Pre: consent.
 
LIS 694 Special Topics in Information Technology- Digital Librarianship LIS 694 Special Topics in Information Technology (3) This is an open-ended course intended to provide a mechanism for allowing special topics in such areas as information transfer, networks, library information systems, and information management.  My Final Project
ICS 699 Directed Reading / Research ICS 699 Directed Reading / Research (3) Laboratory of Edutainment Architectures for Revolutionary New Uses- LEARNU is a lab of the University of Hawaii, Department of Information and Computer Sciences that explores the advancement of computer and information sciences and education in modern game console platforms.
 

 

CUMULATIVE GPA:  3.7