Term: All Terms
Subject: Computer Science
Fundamental concepts and tools utilized by cybersecurity professionals to assess and detect software and network vulnerabilities; best practices in physical and data security through the use of appropriate risk management methodologies. No credit if taken after CS 166 or 266.
Provides a strong foundation in HTML, CSS, images, beginning web programming, and web design so that the student can create a complete functional web site.
Prerequisite: Instructor permission. Hours variable. May not be taken for credit after any Computer Science course numbered CS 016 or higher.
Introduction to Microsoft's rapid development environment. Create playful and relevant Windows applications.
Word documents looking dull? Excel charts lacking something? PowerPoint slides fizzling? All this and more is covered. Learn more than just the basics.
Problem solving, computer programming, and the use of standard numerical methods, visualization and systems thinking in the context of engineering and scientific applications using MATLAB. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in Math 20 or 22.