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This minor includes study in computer programming, authoring web pages, developing digital media products, and techniques for written, oral and visual communication in educational and technical settings. Students will cover school curricula, computer applications, teaching strategies and the development and assessment of teaching programs.
This unitset structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
This minor includes study in computer programming, authoring World Wide Web pages, developing digital media products, and techniques for written, oral and visual communication in educational and technical settings. The Curriculum units cover school curricula, computer applications, teaching strategies and the development and assessment of teaching programmes.
|Minor Content Study Units|
|CSG1132||Communicating in an IT Environment||15|
|IMM1122||Publishing on the World Wide Web||15|
|IMM2123||Interactive Multimedia Authoring 1||15|
|Curriculum Minor Units|
|CSE3151||Computer Studies Curricula||15|
|CSE3152||Teaching Introductory Computer Programming||15|
This major can also be studied in the following courses: