MOVES courses are projected to be offered in the indicated quarters. It is important for all students to have a complete matrix when they enter the fourth quarter of their degree program, with all future quarters (fifth through eighth) completely filled in. See the MOVES Program Officer or MOVES Academic Associate if you have any questions.

FALL AY2012
MV-2921 Introduction to Modeling, Virtual Environments and Simulation
MV-3101 Introduction to Department of Defense Modeling and Simulation
MV-3203 Graphical Simulation
MV-4000 Hamming: Learning to Learn
MV-4025 Cognitive and Behavioral Modeling for Simulations
MV-4250 Advanced Extensible Markup Language (XML) Authoring and Design
MV-4302 Advanced Discrete Event Simulation Modeling
MV-4657 Modeling and Simulation for Stability, Security, Transition, and Reconstruction (SSTR) Operations
MV-4924 Current Topics in MOVES
WINTER AY2012
MV-3202 Introduction to Computer Graphics
MV-3500 Internetwork Communications and Simulation
MV-3922 Introduction to Virtual Environment Technology
MV-4001 Human Factors of Virtual Environments
MV-4002 Simulation and Training
MV-4115 Agent-Based Autonomous Behavior for Simulations
MV-4100 Cognitive Engineering
MV-4471 Computer Animation
MV-4924 Current Topics in MOVES
SPRING AY2012
MV-3203 Graphical Simulation
MV-3204 Computer Graphics Modeling Using X3D/VRML
MV-3923 Introduction to Research in Modeling, Virtual Environments & Simulation
MV-4302 Advanced Discrete Event Simulation Modeling
MV-4924 Current Topics in MOVES
SUMMER AY2012
MV-3250 Introduction to Extensible Markup Language (XML)
MV-3500 Internetwork Communications and Simulation
MV-4205 Advanced 3D Modeling with X3D/VRML
MV-4460 Management of Modeling & Simulation Development
MV-4924 Current Topics in MOVES