SPECIAL PROJECTS IN COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
(REPEATABLE, VARIABLE 1-10 CR)
Pursue Computer Information Technology (CIT) subjects above and beyond regular course offerings, demonstrating your ability to apply knowledge and utilize mastered skills in solving real-world problems on a schedule. This course provides an opportunity for in-depth study of topics of special interest to advanced students through directed readings, independent study, experimental research, or creative exercise. You may propose a special projects course by developing a detailed plan, including course outline, faculty consultation plan, learning objectives, study materials, measurable results, and evaluation standards. This proposal may be arbitrarily accepted or rejected subject to faculty discretion; however, if accepted, the burden of completing the proposed study project within the agreed-upon timeline falls completely upon you, the student. May be repeated for a maximum of 15 credits of different projects.