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Java IThis course is an introduction to programming in Java. Topics include fundamentals of Java programming, including object-oriented programming, primitive data types, control structures, methods, objects, classes, class inheritance, simple graphical user interface and event-driven programs, using Swing. Oject-oriented design using the Unified Modeling Language will also be introduced.4CCIS1505, CCIS1301 and any procedural programming languageCCIS2595View
Business AnalysisThis is a college level introductory course in business analysis. This course will detail the roles and responsibilities of the Business Analyst. The course will teach techniques to define the scope of work which includes: identify requirements-gathering techniques, identify the unique needs of stakeholders, customers and the I/T department in the business analysis process among the many facets of the business analyst's responsibilities.4CCIS2055BUSN2000View
Linux Admin_3This course will further expand on the topics introduced in Linux Admin 1 and 2. Students will gain experience using current Linux technologies used in modern networks. Students will gain an understanding of Linux services that support enterprise networks.3CCIS2122CCIS2161View
Network ConfigurationThis course will provide a practical knowledge of network concepts & hardware configuration. The course will give students the opportunity to set up and troubleshoot a variety of networking solutions. Topics covered will include the following: selecting and installing network cabling, configuring workstations, routing, implementing wireless networks, network diagramming, and utilizing networking tools to analyze and maintain a group of computers.3CCIS2122 or CCIS2150CCIS2222View
Windows Admin_3This course will provide students with hands-on experience in setting up and administering Active Directoy, E-mail, Web, and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) services using Exchange Server and Microsoft’s Internet Information Server. Students will learn to configure multiple server roles. Students will utilize technology to run virtual machines. Students will gain experience working in a Windows command-line environment PowerShell.4CCIS2150CCIS2270View
.NET Programming IIThis course is intended as a continuation of the .Net Programming I course. The course content will introduce the student to object-oriented Windows form and web programming with database interaction. The C# and Visual Basic programming languages will be covered, and the student may choose one or both as the language of choice. Topics include software objects, classes, methods, properties, data access, LINQ, array processing, web services, threading, and console applications. Microsoft Visual Studio is used as the development environment.4CCIS2575 and CCIS2701CCIS2585View
.NET for Mobile DevelopmentThe students who take this course will be introduced to creating mobile applications using the Microsoft .NET Framework and the C# programming languages. The course will discuss mobile design considerations including graphical user interface design and managing local and remote application data. The course will also include a discussion of building and porting mobile applications to other platforms.4CCIS2585CCIS2500View
Java IIThis course is a continuation of Java I, and prepares students to develop real-world projects using Java. Students will be able to apply the object-oriented approach to develop applications with graphics, exception handling, database handling, I/O, and networking. Object-oriented design topics include the need for design, object-oriented design, design of classes and objects, object relationships, design patterns, and the Unified Modeling Language. 4CCIS2595CCIS2651View
XML IIThis is a second course in XML, following XML I. Topics include advanced core XML, XLink, and XPath; XQuery; XSL; XForms; XML signatures; parsing; using XML and XSLT with Java; SOAP; and Web Services.4CCIS2595, CCIS2610 and CCIS2701 or equivalentCCIS2615View
AJAXIn this course, students learn advanced JavaScript and AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML) and how to create high-performance, efficient, interactive Web sites. They will learn the importance of validating forms before storing data and how to search for data using both full and partial search strings. In addition, students will learn about APIs, the Document Object Model, XML Document Object Model, JavaScript Document Object Model, and various AJAX frameworks. Some popular third party AJAX frameworks such as Microsoft Atlas and Dojo will also be covered.4CCIS2610CCIS2625View