Illinois Working Connections IT Faculty Development Institute 2017

http://www.workingconnectionsillinois.org/

Graduate Credit Courses

 

The Computer Science Department is offering Online Graduate Credit classes for College Teachers participating in the Illinois Working Connections IT Faculty Development Institute 2017

 

CSC 570 M Topic:AdvClrmlnn/McroContr,Tch

CSC 570 N Topic:CCNA NtwkSecInstTrng/Tch

CSC 570 O Topic:eLrng Best Practices/Tch

CSC 570 P Topic:Hacking using Python/Tch

CSC 570 Q Topic:Mobile App Dvelment/Tchr

CSC 570 R Topic:Off 365Apps&AdvOff16/Tch

 

To receive graduate credit for these courses you will need to apply online to UIS as a non-degree seeking graduate student in the Information Assurance Graduate Certificate Program.

*** Please be sure to indicate in the dropdown box for program that you select the Certificate in Information Assurance the Code is 40PH4024NDEU

Applying to UIS

 

Registration is open now, if this is your first time to take classes at UIS, it will probably be best if you wait until you are at the workshop to register.  If you have not taken a class at UIS in the past year, you will probably have to fill out a new application.

Registering for Graduate Credit

 

Faculty registering for these classes will pay e-tuition and fees associated with online degree programs.

 

Information about E-Tuition and Fees are posted on the web at http://www.uis.edu/registration/tuition

 

 

Course Completion Requirements:

In addition to attending the lectures and completing the laboratory exercises, class participants will be required to develop a plan for including the course contents in the curriculum at their colleges. The plans will include completing course proposal forms and a formal written plan that describes how the course will fit into an existing or new curriculum. Class participants will also be required to develop and submit an instructional teaching module that includes electronic slides and laboratory exercises for one of the topics covered in the class. This additional work will require 10-20 hours beyond the time spent in class lectures and laboratory exercises to earn the graduate credit.