This course is designed for the student or business person who wants to acquire the skills needed to create a presence on the WWW in the form of a web page. The student will become conversant with HTML (Hypertext Mark-up Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and be able to use HTML and CSS for web authoring (designing, implementing, and maintaining web pages.) The course will cover the creation of HTML and CSS documents.

Student Learning Outcomes 

Upon completion of the course the student can:  

  1. Select tools necessary to produce HTML and CSS documents. 
  2. Demonstrate ability to create Web pages using HTML and CSS. 
  3. Describe the history and future trends with web page development within the framework of W3C standards.

This course is designed for the student or savvy businessperson who wants to acquire the skills needed to effectively interact and utilize the resources of the Internet and its new component, the World Wide Web (WWW). To accomplish this, the student will become well versed in using browsers, file transfer protocols, news groups, e-mail, and chat/conversation utilities.

Python is a popular programming language that has taken a primary role in many companies including NASA, Google, Industrial Lights and Magic. Python uses an elegant syntax, making the programs easier to write and ready, which also makes it an ideal language for beginning programmers. The foundation that students achieve is applicable to other disciplines that may require some knowledge of computer programming such as digital animation, mathematics, and more advanced programming languages. It is assumed that the student has little or no experience with writing computer programs. 48-54 hours lecture and 48-54 hours laboratory. (No Prerequisite) This course may be taken four times

An introduction to programming using the C++ language. This course is appropriate for those wishing to learn the principles of computer programming and to gain some initial experience with C++. 48-54 hours lecture and 48-54 hours laboratory. CSU, UC. (No Prerequisite. CIS 101 recommended)

This course is  designed to give students an understanding of microcomputer systems low level (hardware) organizations and architecture through assembly language programming.