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Fall 2014

CIS110 — Business Information Systems

Fall - 2014

This introductory computer course emphasizes technology literacy for the purposes of enhancing business decision making, providing business intelligence, and improving organizational efficiency and effectiveness. Students will find the course topics and skills learned useful in their current and future academic and business careers. Microsoft Office technologies are used for common desktop applications, and a variety of tools are used for Web applications. Note: Hardware Requirements: PC; not compatible with MAC; Software Requirements: 2013 Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint for PC. IAI: BUS 902.

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151CIS110.603 10976 Th 6:30pm-9:15pm Tolappa Open
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CIS115 — Introduction to Programming

Fall - 2014

This course is an introduction to the program development process with emphasis on problem-solving and algorithm development using various programming languages. Students write, document and test approximately 10 to 12 programs in both interactive and batch modes of processing. Programs involve use of procedures, functions, and data abstraction; selection, sequence and repetition structures; arrays; objects and file-based input/output operations. Emphasis is placed on structured program design and style. Recommended Prereq: MTH070 or MTH072. Recommended Coreq: CIS116.

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151CIS115.001 10999 MW 9:30am-10:45am Tolappa Open
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151CIS115.920 11074 Tolappa Open
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CIS130 — C++ Programming

Fall - 2014

This introductory course in C++ programming includes object-oriented, event-driven, interactive programming techniques. Topics include data types, pointers, arrays, stacks, recursion, string processing, searching and sorting algorithms, classes and objects, references and memory addresses, scope, streams and files, and graphics. A wide variety of business-oriented problems are solved by writing C++ programs. Recommended Prereq: CIS115. IAI: CS 911.

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151CIS130.001 11076 MW 12:30pm-2:10pm Tolappa Open
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151CIS130.600 11077 W 6:00pm-9:30pm Tolappa Open
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CIS202 — Database Management

Fall - 2014

This course discusses the relational database model and capabilities of standard DBMS packages. Students are guided through database design using normalization and data modeling using the entity-relationship model. Strong foundation is provided in the SQL language and database Access standards. Projects provide practical experiences designing, building, and updating a database.

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151CIS202.600 11096 M 6:30pm-9:15pm Tolappa Open
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151CIS202.920 11100 Tolappa Open
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