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Android Application Development

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. Prerequisites: Basics of IT and object-oriented programming. Course information: Android platform and architecture, interface implementation, intents ja notifications, themes and styles, use of threads, utilization of media and camera, downloading and saving information on an Android device, applications for home screen of Android device, creating and using one’s own background processes, utilization of map services, handling of sensors, design and implementation of developed interfaces, application release.

Course: TTOW0625

Credits: 5

Organizer: Jamk School of Technology

To whom: JYU student, vocational student

Entrepreneurship module

Business in Asia

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. Course provides students with the understanding of following: Brief country reviews in Asia, focus on China, India and its relevance to western markets of Europe and USA, Positioning of business in Asia: Contexts of culture and organization diversity, Asian market dynamics, Business entry & creation, consolidation, trade and exits, Beyond the global financial crisis, emergence and stagnation of emerging economies and road ahead of the "Lost Decade", Meeting the Asian business challenge: New growth ventures business designs.

Course: JSBA5110

Credits: 4

Organizer: University of Jyväskylä Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics

To whom: Jamk student, JYU student

Cross reality with Unreal 4

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. Students learn to develop and deploy cross reality applications by using Unreal 4 engine. Also, students understand overall requirements for virtual, augmented and mixed reality development.

Course: HTG413W1

Credits: 10

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, vocational student

Cultural, Sports and Tourism Events Planning

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Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. This course teaches the design of an event plan for cultural, sporting, or tourism purposes. Students work in teams to choose a current event and learn how it is planned by understanding the major planning components for a professional event. Students will investigate consumer needs, targeting, and positioning as related to the planning and operation of events. Students will examine the integrated marketing communications, sales, sponsorship, budgeting, risk management, staging, logistics, and performance measures needed to properly plan an event.

Course: YH00BP60-3001

Credits: 3

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student

Restriction: Previous knowledge: An introductory course in marketing.

The Startup Factory-module

Demola-project

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. Participation to a Demola project, building a prototype/demo together with a multidisciplinary team including company member(s), co-creation with other teams and a client. Coaching events (e.g. agile development, concept development, presentation, service design, productization). In order to be able to participate to the course, you need to apply and to be accepted to a Demola team (see: https://www.demola.net/jyvaskyla): You enroll both to Demola and to the Demola project course. Before the project begins, please contact the responsible teacher of your own field. Depending on your work amount, you can get 5-10 cr from the Demola Project.

Credits: 5 - 10

Organizer: The Startup Factory

To whom: Jamk student, JYU student

Designing a Learning Process in the Digital Environment

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Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. This course helps you keep your focus on the student when you design a course for the digital environment. You will use the learning process as a tool for designing the core of a course – and for navigating through a myriad of possibilities in the digital environment to help your students reach their learning goals. You will also explore the roles of guidance and being present in creating a good learning experience in the digital environment.

Course: AJ00BP54

Credits: 5

Organizer: Jamk School of Professional Teacher Education

To whom: JYU student

Restriction: For APO-students.

Digital Photography and Video Production

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Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. Do you want to know how to take stunning photographs? Are you interested in creating a great video? The course helps you to understand how to apply photo- and videography techniques, how to organize a photoshoot, and work in the set to produce high quality still photographs or videos.

Course: HTGP0500-3004

Credits: 5 - 5

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, upper secondary school student, vocational student

Restriction: Basics for digital media -course needs to be passed before attending this course. If you have not passed the course, you need to provide sufficient evidence about the skills required in the course in question.

Dynamic Creativity Management

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. This course is ideal for participants that aim to work in professions and industries that require continuous innovation, renewal and adaptations. It will be delivered in a very inspiring, self-developing and enriching format.

Course: YHGS1004-3002

Credits: 3

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, vocational student

Ethics and Law for International Managers

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. The course is designed to provide a basic understanding and appreciation for contract law through the global apparel industry and will provide students with an opportunity to consider the complexity of contracts in the lifecycle of clothing. Within the framework of traditional ethics, cultural considerations, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), UN Sustainability Development Goals, and the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, the course will explore a number of issues including sustainable sourcing, labor and employment concerns, globalization, and creating an overall sustainable supply chain through contracts.

Course: YHGS1000-3002

Credits: 3

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, vocational student

Game Art & Design

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. This course gives an overview on game industry and unique monetization models specifgic to game industry. Overview on visual design and concept art is provided, along with simple tools to quickly visualize game concepts and ideas.

Course: HBIG1000-3002

Credits: 3

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, upper secondary school student, vocational student

Game Design

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Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. Do you want to know what makes games tick? Are you interested in designing an appealing game? Game Design course helps you to understand why people play certain games, and how to design a game with goal-oriented and audience-aware approach. After completing this course, you will be prepared to work as a game designer in multi-talented game development team.

Course: HTGP0170-3002

Credits: 8 - 8

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, upper secondary school student, vocational student

Restriction: Collaboration Tools -course needs to be passed before attending this course. If you have not passed the course, you need to provide sufficient evidence about the skills required in the course in question.

Game Monetization and Analytics

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Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. Are you interested in how to make money with games? How to reach audiences and acquire users? The course provides a detailed look into monetization and business analytics in games.

Course: HTGP0340-3002

Credits: 5 - 5

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, vocational student

Restriction: Previous knowledge: Basic understanding of business operations, entrepreneurship and game industry is required.

Global Destination Branding

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Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. The objectives of the course are as follows. The student a) understands the meaning of destination branding process especially in the tourism industry, b) understands and can apply the destination branding process tools and processes to develop tourism and hospitality services.

Course: YHGS1002-3002

Credits: 3

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, vocational student

Restriction: Previous knowledge: 1st year business studies or similar competence.

Global Team Leadership

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. A comprehensive hands-on preparation for students that aim to move quickly to management positions. Conceptually solid, but action oriented skills, delivered in a pragmatic way, for participants to be able to put them in practice right after the completion of the course.

Course: YHGS1005-3002

Credits: 3

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, upper secondary school student, vocational student

International Business Speaking

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. This course will help you compose and deliver effective--compelling, ethical and well-organized--extemporaneous oral presentations appropriate for a variety of professional contexts. Through frequent guided practice, you will learn to analyze audiences and effectively adapt your oral communication for different organizational stakeholders.

Course: YHGS1006-3004

Credits: 3

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, upper secondary school student, vocational student

Mobile Application Development

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. Prerequisites: Basic IT skills, programming. Course info: The course consists of lectures introducing various technologies that can be used to implement applications for mobile devices.

Course: TTOW0615

Credits: 5

Organizer: Jamk School of Technology

To whom: JYU student, vocational student

Mobile Game Programming

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Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. The course will focus on developing mobile games with selected game engine middleware. We will learn to create games of our own and optimize it for a variety of mobile devices.

Course: HTGP0290-3002

Credits: 5 - 5

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, vocational student

Restriction: You need to posses advanced skills in game programming and game engines and therefore this course is not for you are not familiar with modern game development.

Music and Sound for Games

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Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. The student will learn the basic terminology and the general mindset of music and sound design in games. The student will also become acquainted with the tools and conventions to make game sounds and music in practice.

Course: KDMP0410

Credits: 5

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, upper secondary school student, vocational student

Restriction: Previous knowledge: Personal interest, hobbyism and other competences in a field of music, sound or/and games. Some kind of background with music/sound softwares and/or musical instrument can be seen beneficial when applying to this course.

Programming with C++

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. Prerequisites: Basics of ICT. Course information: The students master software design, the basics of data and command structures and are able to produce small-scale software in a software development environment. The students are familiar with the representation of information in a computer, data types, the basics of algorithms and logic. Students master the principles of object-oriented programming, they are able to design and implement classes and use class libraries.

Course: HTG410W1

Credits: 5

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, vocational student

Psychology for Business Management

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. Psychology as a tool to improve Management and Customer Experience. Basic framework for non-psychologists. Internal (Leadership), and external (Marketing) business-related needs of psychological knowledge.

Course: YHGS1003-3003

Credits: 3

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, vocational student

Services Design

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Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. This course introduces the distinctive design of service industries, service as a product, customer service and derived service and their importance in the economy for both profit and non-profit organizations.

Course: YHGS1007-3002

Credits: 3

Organizer: Jamk School of Business

To whom: JYU student, vocational student

Restriction: Previous knowledge: An introductory course in marketing.

Sexual Health Promotion

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. In this course you are able to consider sexuality in human lifecycle. Course is implemented online in English.

Course: SZ00BB68

Credits: 5

Organizer: Jamk School of Health and Social Studies

To whom: JYU student, upper secondary school student, vocational student

Sexual Health Promotion and Human Rights (Master’s level)

Enrolment has ended. More information about next enrolment will be announced later. Diversity of the human rights and sexuality in regard to sexual orientation, age and preferences; scope of sexuality in society including myths, norms, laws, cultural aspects and social policies and institutions.

Course: YSZY0820

Credits: 5

Organizer: Jamk School of Health and Social Studies

To whom: JYU student