School of Computing and Design
Open Faculty Positions
The School of Computing and Design at California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) is hiring part-time and full-time faculty. A Masters degree in the corresponding field is required.
Part-time lecturer for Fall 2022
CST 251 - Web Tools
Introduces students to the tools and methods of web design and production. Students will learn basic HTML, web design tools, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and browser compatibility while applying the design principles of information architecture, color, layout, and type.
Schedule: Monday/Wednesday, 10:00-11:50am
CST 252 - Scripting for Multimedia
Schedule: Monday/Wednesday, 2:00-3:50pm
CST 351 - Web Design
Covers web design aesthetics, layout, structure and universal design. Applies the design process and systems design principles using web templates and web content management systems.
Schedule: Monday/Wednesday, 4:00-4:50pm
CST 304 - Typography
Typography is the art of designing letterforms, alphabets and creating compositions with letters and words. This course explains typographic practices to develop an eye for type and how to use it effectively.
Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday, 4:00-5:50pm
CST 446 - User Research and Experience Design
Covers in-depth user research methodologies used at various stages of product design and development, from conception to product launch. Through hands-on projects, students apply user experience design processes, methods and industry best practices that include design research, interaction design, information architecture, scenario development, user flows, prototyping, user testing and high fidelity visual design specifications.
Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday, 12:00-1:30pm
CST 336 - Internet Programming
Provides students with dynamic web application development skills, focusing on the integration of server-side programming, database connectivity, and client-side scripting. Coverage includes the Internet architecture, responsive design, RESTful web services, and Web APIs.
Fall Schedule: Wednesday/Thursday, 12:00-1:50pm
CST 495 - iOS Programming
This course aims to provide students with iOS mobile app development skills, focusing on the design and implementation of RESTful API clients. Covered topics include Views and View Controllers, Auto Layout, Navigation, Animation and Gestures, and Networking. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to build fully functional iOS applications from the ground up. The course culminates in a Demo Day event where teams of students will present the finished apps in a live demo.
Fall Schedule: Tuesday/Thursday, 4:00-5:50pm
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