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CGT 501000 Offered as CGT 581 fall 2010[v1.0]-Page 1 CGT 501000 Graduate Study in Computer Graphics Technology Course Syllabus CGT 501 Graduate Study in Computer Graphics Technology ( Class 1, cr. 1.) This seminar covers a variety of topics to assist new MS students in Computer Graphics Technology as they begin their endeavors as a graduate student. Example topics include an introduction to research and methodologies, format requirements for technical documents, IRB and application processes. Prerequisites: 1 st enrollment semester in MS in CGT. Course Professor : Dr. Marvin Sarapin Office: 359 Knoy Hall of Technology Phone: 494-4585 Email: [email protected] Course Meeting Time and Location: Friday 1:30-2:20 Knoy B019 Course Learning Outcomes This course is designed to help the CGT MS degree student……. . Successfully make the transition from undergraduate to graduate study (course approaches, studying, research, assistantship responsibilities). Understand need for and apply ethics in research, writing, and professional conduct. Understand the grant process and agencies that offer funding. Understand the scholarly publishing process relative to articles and proceedings. Understand and correctly use the various publishing formats and methods of citations (APA, Chicago, and MLA) versus organizational approaches. Understand the IRB process and method of research approval. Establish a graduate committee. Develop a plan of study. Understand the process for pursuing the MS and sources of assistance. Begin thinking about the grand challenges in Computer Graphics Technology and how to contribute to related solutions. Required Resources: Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). (2010). Washington, DC. Computer Graphics Technology. (2010, August).
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