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Mobile Development Minor

Bryan French, Minor Adviser
(585) 475-5231, bdfvks@rit.edu

The minor in mobile development provides students enrolled in computing degree programs with experience designing and creating compelling native applications for mobile devices. Smartphones are outselling desktop computers. New mobile devices of varying sizes, types, and uses are being created everyday for both businesses and personal use and contexts. Developers are needed to create applications for these needs that perform well on the major mobile platforms.

Course
Required Courses
ISTE-140 Web and Mobile I*
ISTE-240 Web and Mobile II†
ISTE-252 Foundations of Mobile Design
ISTE-340 Client Programming
ISTE-454 Mobile Application Development I‡
ISTE-456 Mobile Application Development II‡

* Website Design and Implementation (IGME-230) may be substituted for Web and Mobile I (ISTE-140).

† Rich Media Web Application Development I (IGME-330) may be substituted for Web and Mobile II (ISTE-240).

‡ Students may choose Mobile Application Development I (ISTE-454) or Mobile Application Development II (ISTE-456) as the final course in the minor.