The objective of this program is to provide participants with an understanding of the theory, measurement and design of sound.
The objective of this certificate is to teach participants with programming background the skills needed to advance in a career of mobile application design and development. Individuals with no background should take prerequisite courses and individuals who previously took similar courses should submit them for equivalence.
CAPP 200 - In this course, students will learn how to develop fully operational iOS applications. It will provide an overview about mobile application rules and iOS, Objective-C language, Xcode tool, Story Board, View Controllers, Graphics, Animation, Data Management, Motion, Location, and Client-Server Applications; and real life examples on how to develop iOS applications.
Introduction to Robotics Non-Credit Course | 21 Hrs
CRBT 101 - Introduction to robotics is a pre-engineering course offered to students aged 15+ in a track specially tailored for students interested in pursuing a degree in engineering. This course is one of the “bridge the gap” courses intended to fill the gap existing between school and university in the engineering domain. In this course students will be introduced to the world of robotics in a more detailed and experimental way where they will experiment the world of engineering and assess their decision in joining the engineering field.
Introduction to Final Cut Pro 7 (with certification) | 42 Hrs
CAPP 303 - This course focuses on the basic editing functions and aims at familiarizing students with the Final Cut Pro user interface. In this course, student will cut a scene from the TNT television series Leverage, create a promo for SeaWorld's Believe documentary, as well as master filters and effects as they edit a segment of Playing for Change, the international music-creation event. Students will start with basic video editing techniques and work all the way through Final Cut Pro’s powerful advanced features. They will also learn to mark and edit clips, mix sound and titles, create transitions, apply filters, and more. Topics include basic setup, customizing preferences and settings, capturing video and audio, various editing and trimming techniques, Ripple, Roll, Slip, and Slide tools, audio editing and audio creation, finishing and final output. Knowledge of Mac OS X, computer navigation, and editing terminology is required.
Introduction to DVD Studio Pro 4 (with certification) | 42 Hrs
CAPP 304 - This course focuses on DVD authoring with DVD Studio Pro 4. It guides students through every aspect of DVD authoring, from initial storyboarding to burning and replication. Using compelling media and real-world production workflow, students will learn how to create amazing MPEG 2 video with Compressor as well as create eye- popping motion menus directly in DVD Studio Pro 4. They will also “author” a DVD by creating buttons, interactive links, slideshows, playlists and even adding alternate audio steam and camera angles. Basic knowledge of the Macintosh OS and Final Pro is required.
MAC OS X Support Essentials (with certification) | 42 HrsCAPP 300 - This course provides an in-depth exploration of troubleshooting on MAC OS X. It is designed to give a tour of the breadth of functionality of Mac OS X and the best methods for effectively supporting uses of Mac OS X systems. The course is a combination of lectures and hands-on case study exercises that provide practical real- world experience. Basic Knowledge of MAC OS X and troubleshooting experience are required.
Overview of Final Cut Pro 7 Non-Credit Course | 36 Hrs CAPP 302 - This course introduces students to the primary feature set and basic interface of Final Cut Pro. Students will learn how to perform basic editing functions while familiarizing themselves with the user interface. Topics include basic setup, adjusting and customizing preferences and settings, capturing video and audio, various editing and trimming techniques, Ripple, Roll, Slip and Slide tools, finishing and final output. Knowledge of Mac OS X, computer navigation, and editing terminology is required.
The genius mind yearly summer program focuses on developing the technical and innovation skills off students between 7 to 11 years old age. These skills include creative & innovation, critical thinking & problem solving, and communication & collaboration. Students will be introduced to various topics ranging from sciences, technology, robotics, arts and crafts with some history and daily sports.