Research - Applied (RSR)
An introductory course to professional research and writing for new media projects. Focus is on developing interesting, clear and original content as well as adapting information from other sources. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to RSR-160, APR-160, CAP-151.
An intermediate hands-on application of graphic design, animation and video editing concepts. Focus will be on using industry-standard tools and processes to produce creative video compositions and to produce a design plan to address a client's needs. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to RSR-2256, RSR-256.
Requisite courses: Take CMM-1156 (Required, Previous).
The continuation of Statistics and Applied Research I will provide opportunities for students to execute the research proposal they have defended in the previous semester. The main activities include a critical review of scholarly literature, how to understand and resolve ethical dilemmas, collect, analyze, and interpret data, make research conclusions, prepare a comprehensive research report following APA guidelines and present and defend the research findings. Not available for supplemental. Not eligible for Prior Learning Assessment.
Equivalent to RSR-2251, RSR-251.
Requisite courses: Take STS-2260 (Required, Previous).
Applying existing and new skills, students will plan and manage an interactive media project. Emphasis will be on documenting the process and technical challenges, as well as researching solutions. The process and final project will be presented. Not available for supplemental.
Equivalent to RSR-1170, RSR-170.
A study of agronomic data management and the use of analytics to identify patterns and potential solutions for improved crop production. Application of proper experimental protocol and statistically correct interpretation of output from common agriculture methodology will be emphasized.
Requisite courses: Take STS-1155 (Required, Previous).
The application of scientific inquiry in the development of a self-directed capstone project that incorporates the skills, knowledge and techniques obtained in previous courses. Develop and seek opportunities with industry partners to attempt solutions to real world problems. The focus will be on project planning and methodology development that will lead to project culmination in Senior Project II.
Requisite courses: Take RSR-3350 (Required, Previous).
This course will be a capstone project that incorporates the skills, knowledge and techniques obtained in previous courses into an original research project. Students are encouraged to seek opportunities with industry partners and attempt to answer real world problems. This course will focus on data collection, analysis and presentation and will build on Senior Project I.
Requisite courses: Take RSR-4450 (Required, Previous).