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PHPA course designed for students who want to build dynamic web sites using the PHP and Perl programming languages. Since PHP and Perl are such rich and task-specific languages, the course covers in depth the most important range of functions and equips delegates to understand the remaining less essential aspects.4CCIS1351 and programming experienceCCIS2630View
Introduction to ASP.NETThis course is a basic introduction to Microsoft`s .NET Active Server Pages (ASP) technology for students who have a solid fundamental understanding of static web page development. The course will include the implementation of web pages with the Microsoft .NET framework using Visual Studio .NET with either the C# or VisualBasic.NET programming language. Students will develop web pages to create dynamic documents including retrieving data from SQL databases such as Microsoft SQL Server.4CCIS1301 and CCIS2585CCIS2645View
JavaScriptThis course is an introduction to web development using JavaScript with emphasis on front-end programming using jQuery. Students will develop website projects that meet current web standards and industry best practices using modern tools and techniques. Topics include: core JavaScript syntax and object-oriented programming, DOM traversal, JSON structure, event handling, data validation with regular expressions, local data storage, Ajax, using data from web service APIs.4CCIS1301 and CCIS1505 or CCIS1515 or previous programming experienceCCIS2591View
Advanced HTMLIn this advanced course, students will learn the intermediate and advanced use of styles and layers. Special attention will be paid to accessibility, classes, identifiers, pseudo-elements, and pseudo-classes. Work will include subjects from controlling text and font families to styled lists and forms to the use of multiple style sheets. Web page optimization and search engine placement will also be covered.4CCIS1301CCIS1351View
Linux Admin_2This course will focus on the network functions of the Linux operating system. Advanced services of the operating system will be installed. In addition, the role of Linux as part of a server environment will be understood. At the end of this course, the student will be able to administer a Linux operating system as part of a network.4CCIS1121CCIS2122View
Windows Admin_2This is the second of three courses in network administration using the latest two versions of Windows server operating systems. This course will employ the use of both server and workstation level computers to simulate the configuration of a business class network environment focusing mostly on user management through directory services and file server tier application services. Topics include working in active directory environments, printing, user account management, security management, Internet Protocol-address management, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), terminal services, and Domain Name System (DNS) services. The course will also utilize virtualization software to simulate client workstations.4CCIS1110CCIS2150View
Windows Admin_1This is the first of three courses in network administration using Windows networks. The course will use the latest two versions of Windows operating systems in a `workgroup` or peer-to-peer configuration. Students will learn to both install the operating systems and then to configure the desktop interface for different types of users. This will involve user management, local security groups, policy implementation, printer access, and some remote desktop configuration.3CCIS1105 or concurrentCCIS1110View
Client/Server ComputingThis course covers the evolution, impact and services available with Client/Server technology and distributed computing. The characteristics of clients and servers and the role of middleware will be discussed. Students will explore the various type of Client/Server implementations: SQL databases, transaction servers, distributed objects, groupware, Web applications and JAVA.4CCIS1105 or CCIS1505 or CCIS2701CCIS2841View
Linux Admin_1This course will introduce students to administrative functions of the Linux operating system. Essential elements of the operating system will be explored and understood. At the end of this course, the student will be able to administer a Linux operating system as a standalone device.3CCIS1105 and CCIS1135 OR instructor approvalCCIS1121View
CCNA_2: Basic Router and Switch ConfigurationThis is the second of four "Cisco Academy" Courses that will prepare students for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) exam. Topics covered include the following: basic router and switch configuration, routed protocols, static and dynamic routing, VLANs, EIGRP, and DHCP.4CCIS1105CCIS1421View