generally use software packages appropriate to occupational programs and may include such topics as word processing, database, basic graphics, spreadsheets or other features typically needed in the field. Upon completion, the student will be able to demonstrate proficiency by the completion of appropriate assignments and occupation-specific applications. Non-degree creditable (3-0-0) This course is an introduction to computer software applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, database management, and presentation software. This course will prepare students for professional certifications. CODE B CIS 146 Microcomputer Applications, 3 hours CIS 157 Introduction to APP Development with Swift, 3 hours (1-4-0) This introductory one-semester course is designed to help students build a solid foundation in programming fundamentals using Swift as the language. Students get practical experience with the tools, techniques, and concepts needed to build a basic iOS system. CODE C (3-0-0) This course introduces fundamental concepts, including an algorithmic approach to problem solving via the design and implementation of programs in selected languages. Structured programming techniques involving input/output, conditional statements, loops, files, arrays and structures and simple data structures are introduced. Students are expected to write programs as part of this course. CODE B CIS 191 Intro to Computer Programming Concepts, 3 hours (3-0-0) This course is designed to introduce students to the basic concepts of computer networks. Emphasis is placed on gaining an understanding of the terminology and technology involved in implementing networked systems. The course will cover the OSI and TCP/IP network models, communications protocols, transmission media, networking hardware and software. LANs (Local Area Networks) and WANs (Wide Area Networks), Client/Server technology, the Internet, Intranets, and network troubleshooting. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to design and implement a computer network. Students will create network shares, user accounts, and install print devices while ensuring basic network security. They will receive hands-on experience building a mock network in the classroom. CODE C CIS 199 Network Communications, 3 hours

CIS 207 Web Development, 3 hours


Prerequisite: CIS 191 This course provides students with opportunities to learn Hypertext Markup Language, cascading style sheets, and Java Script. At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to use specified markup languages to develop basic Web pages. CODE C (1-4-0) This is the first of two courses designed to teach specific skills related to app development using Swift language. CODE C CIS 220 APP Development with Swift I, 3 hours


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