This is a study of the systematic analysis and
design of computer software using case
tools, data flow analysis, culminating in a
complete system design. 3 credits (Spring)
CSCI 241 VISUAL BASIC
Prerequisite: CSCI 155 or equivalent
This course is an Intro to computer
programming and problem solving
techniques. Stresses modularity and
structured techniques. Programming
structures including looping, sequence, and
decision making. Students will be exposed to
the Visual BASIC programming language
with an overview of the language and specific
This course focuses on the integration of the various applications using the case project method. Students will learn to use, MS Office, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook. Students will learn to use the integrated tools in modern applications programs to save time and increase the accuracy and integrity of the overall information of reports.
As a student in this course, you will learn the most important topics of Microsoft Office Access 2016. No prior computer experience is assumed. First, you will learn the basics of file management and the most important elements of the new Microsoft Office 2016 interface. Next, you will learn to create and build databases and define table relationships. Once you have mastered these topics, you will learn to maintain and query databases, and create and use forms and reports.
First in a two class sequence designed to teach about Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Main topics include: Working Definition of a Geographic Information System, History of GIS, The nature of Geographical Data. Geographic Data models, Components of ArcGIS, Working with map Attributes. Building maps from data layers. GIS analysis via queries, spatial joins, Map overlay and Geoprocessing. Class will meet 3 hours per week Mondays and Wednesdays.