Spring 2021 Classes

Check out our repertoire of academic classes and projects coming in the spring of 2021!

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Students show a professor their chemistry app on a tablet

Augmented/Virtual Reality

T 6:00pm-9:00pm
Lakeview 1150 (the lab)

Work with Neuro Alert to map out biological markers in the brain using AR technology, make key updates to enhance the JMU virtual campus tour for the Office of Admissions, or collaborate with Shenandoah Valley on a virtual career project.

Neuro Alert logo        Shenandoah Valley logo

Robotic Process Automation: Intelligent Automation
CISE 480-0002 (17135)

W 6:00-8:30pm
Online

Intelligent Automation refers to the application of Artificial Intelligence and related new technologies, including Computer Vision, Cognitive Automation, and Machine Learning to Robotic Process Automation. In this course, we will fast-track some key aspects of RPA development using the UiPath platform.

Salesforce Application Development
CISE 480-0001 (17134)
M, W 6:00pm-7:15pm
Online

In partnership with Deloitte Consulting, we’re offering our popular Salesforce training as a 3-credit online class. This course is a one of a kind opportunity to learn about the industry-popular platform, Salesforce.

Deloitte logo

A tablet controlling a 360 degree camera on wheels

Internet of Things
BIO 427-0001 (16977) | PHYS 388-0001 (12854)
W 6:00pm-9:00pm
Lakeview 1150 (the lab)

In partnership with Deloitte Consulting, we’re offering our popular Salesforce training as a 3-credit online class. This course is a one of a kind opportunity to learn about the industry-popular platform, Salesforce.

Students talking with President Alger about their project

Hacking for Defense
COB 490 | POSC 361-0002 (13847) | WRTC 328-0004 (15030)

W 6:00pm-8:30pm
Online

Work on real problems from the Exceptional Family Member Program,  Joint Personnel Recovery Agency, the  Defense Logistics Agency, the  U.S. Army Reserve, or the U.S. Army.

EFMP logo    JPRA logo    DLA logo    US AR logo    US Army logo

Audience watching Community Innovations class presentation

Community Innovations:
The Future of Learning
DANC 303 | EDUC 490 | EDUC 613 | ISAT 480 | PSYCH 402 |THEA 303 | WRTC 328  

Th 6:00pm-8:30pm
Online

Prototype ambitious hybrid and online education projects with the expected goal of contributing to the future of learning at JMU.

Community Innovations:
Food Insecurity
NSG 490-0001 (14978) | NUTR 496-0001 (16762)

T Th 6:00pm-7:15pm
Hybrid, Lakeview 1150 (the lab)

Students from nursing, the chronic illness minor, dietetics, WRTC, & statistics will use disciplinary skills in teams to improve problems of food insecurity. The course was envisioned together with the MSU Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology, who will run a parallel course in the fall of 2021.

MSU logo

Masked student swipes her hand across a wall, which uses technology to draw a virtual line across it

Arts Innovations
Open to Theatre and Dance majors
T Th 4:20pm-5:50pm
Location TBD

In partnership with JMU X-Labs, students from the College of Visual and Performing Arts merge theater with technology to create virtual settings and performances.

JMU College of Visual & Performing Arts logo

Posted November 2, 2020

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