Intro to Programming (4)
This course provides an introduction to programming using Microsoft Visual Studio. Course focus is on building basic Windows Forms graphical applications.
Web Scripting I (4)
This course is designed for new web designers who want to develop, modify and design web sites and web graphics using Macromedia products.
Introduction to Web Design (4)
Create well-designed and effective Web pages. Hands-on computer projects help develop the basic application and design skills to create professional, eye-catching Web sites.
Computer Science I C++ (5)
Intended as an introduction to programming. Emphasis is on the features of the “C” programming language with an introduction to C++ object oriented programming and good programming style.
Computer Science I Java I (5)
A study of rapid application development (RAD) JAVA. Development of GUIs using Swing Technology. Object Oriented Programming as it is implemented in JAVA. Introduction to graphics, animation, and multi-threading. Prerequisite: MATH 099 or equivalent.
XML (Extensible markup language), XHTML, Cascading style sheets, Document Type Definitions, Schema, Document Object Model, XPath, XSL. Prerequisite: CST 119.
JAVA II (5)
How to connect to and query a database-based on client requests. Answers will be processed using Java Servlets and Java Server Pages. Data will be presented to the client as a dynamic web page. Prerequisite: CST 224 or CS& 141.
JAVA: Server Side Programming III (5)
A second course in how to build and program dynamic web applications. Topics include: creating custom tags, integrating email into web applications, specialized servlets, Hibernate, Java Server faces, Struts and deployment strategies. Prerequisite: CST 228