COMPUTER PROGRAMMING & WEB APP DEVELOPMENT
Computer Programming Level I (full-year)
Times Offered. 10:34 am -12:03pm or 12:31-2:00pm; Part of Level I
Suggested Embedded Academics: Math, Technology
Intro to Computers
This course provides an introduction to computers and computer networking. The introduction to computers portion of the courses covers computer hardware, principles of computer operations, operating systems, representing data digitally, computer algorithms, the World Wide Web and digital security. The introduction to computer networking portion of the course is based on the Cisco Networking for Home and Small Business course. The focus is on network terminology and protocols, local-area networks (LANs), wide-area networks (WANs), Open System Interconnection (OSI) models, cabling, cabling tools, routers, router programming, Ethernet, Internet Protocol (IP) addressing and network standards.
Intro to Programming
This course provides an introduction to the process of problem solving as it relates to program design and development using Visual Basic .NET. The student will learn to use the top down approach to programming as well as learning to use the various techniques and tools which have been developed to aid in the process. The basic programming statement types (sequential, conditional, and iterative) will be covered as the student learns to use them in algorithms.
Computer Programming Level II (full year)
available 2018-2019 school year
This course offers an introduction to Website Development using tools such as Expression Web and various other software products available. The basics of good page and form design, graphics, mapping, lists and tables will be discussed. An overview of integrating text, video, data, audio, graphics and animation will also be covered.
Web Application Development
This course will teach students the skills necessary to develop and implement web applications. Topics include creating user services, creating and managing components, data manipulation, debugging and security issues.
The curriculum is based on skills related to industry certifications. Microsoft’s MTA HTML5: Exam 98-375: HTML5 Application Development Fundamentals would be the ultimate goal.
MTA HTML5: Exam 98-375: HTML5 Application Development Fundamentals is designed for high school and community college students. The exam assesses the foundational knowledge needed to develop HTML5 applications. It also is a stepping stone to more advanced Microsoft certification.
College Credit Opportunities
These courses are fully aligned with Project Running Start at Lakes Region Community College for up to 12 credits.
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