INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA APPLICATION exposes students to the process of
creating interactive multimedia presentation including the role and design of
multimedia systems which incorporate digital audio, graphics and video, underlying
concepts and representations of sound, pictures and video, data compression and
transmission, integration of media, multimedia authoring, and delivery of multimedia.
Students will produce a final digital interactive multimedia.

OPERATING SYSTEMS course introduces the fundamentals of operating systems.
Topics included are inter-process communication, process scheduling, deadlock,
memory management, virtual memory and file system. Formal principles are
illustrated with examples and case studies of one or more contemporary operating
system. The course shall enable students to develop skills to install and configure a
server using Microsoft Windows network operating system or Open Source network
operating system.