Marymount University

Undergraduate Catalog 2012-13

IT 323 Junior IT Seminar

Provides additional interaction with junior students as a group and will be a continuation of the activities begun in IT 223. Sample activities include lectures on interesting IT topics, a review of major specialties, guest speakers and site visits, the application process for summer research projects and internships, and the development of multidisciplinary applications of IT. Other topics may include preparation for industry certification such as MCSE, the application of information literacy skills, and the identification of scholarship opportunities. This course prepares students for the internship in their senior year. Some sessions will be held with Mathematics and Biology students. Students will plan and give at least one significant group presentation supported by research. They will also manage a database of research, internship, and job opportunities. (1)

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