Course Info--By Course

ITSE 1311: Beginning Web Programming. Web page programming including mark-up and scripting languages. May include use of XHTML, CGI, JavaScript, and/or ASP. Introduction to structure and object oriented programming design. Students use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), XHTML, and JavaScript to design and implement interactive web pages. Hands-on labs allow student to experience each topic discussed. 3 credit hours. (W)

ITSE 1370:Introduction to iOS Development Course explores developing applications for iOS based devices such as iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Course will provide an overview of iOS development from use of current iOS SDK, to design of applications and industry business practices. Prior programming experience in either C or an Object-Oriented Programming language is recommended for this course. Requires Mac Computer and XCode (current release)

ITSE 1371:iOS Programming I-This course is intended to prepare the student for development of iOS devices, including iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Objective-C is the native language for iOS development, and the course will cover the basics of the language and the use of development tools for mobile device programming. Topics to be covered will include basic data types, classes and objects, looping structures, decision making, inheritance and memory management. Course will also provide an introduction to the Cocoa Touch toolkit. Prerequisite: BCIS 1320 or COSC 1315 or COSC 1436 or consent of Instructor or Department Chair. Requires Mac Computer and XCode (current release)

ITSE 1374: Mobile Web Course explores creating mobile web sites using HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Course will focus on mobile web development for smartphones. Course may provide a general overview of multiple mobile devices, or concentrate on a specific mobile device such as iPhone, Android, Blackberry or Windows mobile. Lab required.

ITSE 2313:Web Authoring--Dreamweaver Instruction in designing and developing web pages that incorporate text, graphics, and other supporting elements using current technologies and authoring tools. Prerequisite: ITSE 1311. 3 credit hours. (W) Requires Adobe Dreamweaver (current release)

ITSW 1304:Introduction to Spreadsheets--Instruction in the concepts, procedures, and application of electronic

BCIS 1305: Business Computer Applications. Computer terminology, hardware, software, operating systems, and information systems relating to the business environment. The main focus of this course is on business applications of software including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation graphics, and business-oriented utilization of the internet. This course will help you unlock the potential of properly applied information systems concepts. Programming concepts are also introduced. Lab required. 3 credit hours.

IMED 1341: Interface Design. Skill development in the interface design process including selecting interfaces that are meaningful to users and relative to a project’s content and delivery system. Emphasis on aesthetic issues such as iconography, screen composition, colors, and typography. Prerequisite: ITSE 1311. 3 credit hours. (W)

IMED 1345: Interactive Digital Media I--Flash. Exploration of the use of graphics and sound to create interactive multimedia animations using industry standard authoring software. 3 credit hours. (W). Requires Adobe Flash (current release)

IMED 2311: Portfolio Development.  Preparation and enhancement of portfolio to meet professional standards, development of presentation skills, and improvement of job-seeking techniques.

INEW 2330: Comprehensive Software Project: Planning and Design A comprehensive application of skills learned in previous courses in a simulated workplace. Covers the development, testing, and documenting of a complete software and/or hardware solution. This course may be used as a capstone course for a certificate or degree. Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor. 3 credit hours. (W)

ITSE 1301: Web Design Tools--Graphics. Designing and publishing Web documents according to World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards. Includes graphic design issues and exploration of tools available for creating and editing Web documents. Includes in-depth technical investigation of digital imaging on the computer using image editing and/or image creation software. Manipulation, creation, and editing of digital images for a wide assortment of output. Will explore use of industry standard web editing and graphics software packages such as Adobe Fireworks, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Dreamweaver. Requires Adobe Photoshop (current release)