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Course Descriptions Continued
Computer Science
Advanced Computer Repair
CET
1174
C
The purpose of this course is to
prepare students to configure and
maintain computer systems. Topics
include networking principles, networking
hardware, security solutions, authentication
techniques,operational procedures,
troubleshooting hardware, troubleshooting
laptops, resolving printer problems,
operating system structures, commands
and utilities, installing and troubleshooting
networks and system security. Upon
completion of this course the student will be
prepared to take the A+ Practical Application
Exam.
Intro to Computer Science
CGS
1000
C
The primary topics covered in
this course include computer input and
output devices, the processor, auxiliary
storage, file structures, and data base,
data communications, operating systems,
programming languages, computer history,
and professions in the computer industry.
Students will be introduced to word
processing, data base, and spreadsheet.
The student will also learn computer
programming with the BASIC language.
Intro to Computer Applications
CGS
1100
This course is an introduction
to computers and their applications.
Students will learn to identify the basic
components and devices that comprise a
computer system; to use the Internet as
a source of information and a means for
communications; and to use application
software packages (including word
processing, spreadsheet, database
management, and presentation graphics
programs).
Web Authoring -HTML
CGS
2820
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. This course
introduces the student to the fundamentals
of Web page authoring. Students will learn
to use HTML and CSS to create web pages.
Topics include HTML links, graphics, image
maps, tables, frames, forms, and style sheets.
Advanced techniques include streaming
audio and video. FTP software will be covered
as well as strategies for
website hosting and credit card processing.
Special Topics in CIS
CIS
1940
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. This course
covers current topics of interest to the area of
computers and information sciences. Content
may include particular computerlanguages,
CIS research, current industry developments
as well as software and hardware
innovations. May be repeated with a change
of content for up to a maximum of three
credits.
System Analysis & Design
CIS
2321
A study of the analysis, design and
implementation phases of software system
development using a phased life cycle
approach. Process, data and object oriented
development models will be introduced, as
well as modeling tools and CASE software.
Team approaches to software development
and project management concepts are
covered.
Int to Local Area Comp Network
CNT 1000
This course is not ordinarily counted
in the Associate in Arts degree. This course
will introduce the student to computer
networking concepts. Major topics include a
history of local area networks; a study of the
terminology, components, acronyms,
protocols, standards, and design factors of a
local area network; and a basic consideration
of network management and security.
Prin Info Sec & Assurance
CNT 1401
Basic computer and network
security theory, concepts and
terminology are presented. The CIA
triad, basic threats, intrusion detection
techniques, vulnerabilities and their
various countermeasures are
included. Students will also discuss ethical
behaviors band basic security practices
for authentication, encryption and secure
network topologies.
C Programming
COP 1220C
C is a well structured, flexible and
powerful language that produces very
fast and efficient code. It is used on Unix-
based mini-computers, as well as micro-
computers, for both systems and applications
programming. The course includes designing,
writing and running C programs on the
computer to develop proficiency in the
language and its application to business,
math and engineering problems.
Introduction Java Programming
COP 2800
This course is not ordinarily counted in
the Associate in Arts degree. Topics include
loops, decision structures, I/O operations.
Introduction to Java’s object-oriented
features including arrays, references,
classes, objects inheritance, and data
encapsulation. Introduction to GUI design
using Java’s AWT Package, and Java’s
predefined packages.
Foundations of Computer Sci
COT
2003
This is an introduction to composite
and abstract data structures, searching and
sorting algorithms, recursion, vcomputer
architecture, and Boolean algebra. Emphasis
is placed on the analysis of problem solving
using examples written in pseudo-C. This
is an excellent preparation for upper-level
course work in computer science.
Criminal Justice
Critical Issues in Crim Just
CCJ
2252
The study of Constitutional doctrine as
a series of controls on the administration of
criminal justice, utilizing the opinions of the
United States Supreme Court as a basis of
study. Emphasis will be placed on the Bill of
Rights Amendments having relationships to
criminal justice.
Criminal Psychology
CCJ
2618
This course is an examination of
psychology of human behavior as it relates
to crime. The student will be introduced
to psychopathology, the sexually violent
offender, and serial murder. The student will
also examine violent juvenile offenders and
the process of psychological conditioning
which allows them to commit violent criminal
acts.
Res Methods in Crim Just
CCJ
2704
The course will examine strategies, data
collection and emphasis of data analysis in
the investigation of questions which arise in
criminology and criminal justice. Particular
focus will be placed upon understanding the
role, theory and functions of the research
process from criminal justice professionals.
Introduction to Forensics
CJE
1640
An introduction to the scientific aspects
of investigation known as criminalistics,
with emphasis on crime scene techniques,
the collection and preservation of evidence
and the examination of evidence. Students
will be familiarized with the capabilities and
limitations of a police laboratory.