63-200 Introduction to Information Systems

Students are introduced to computers and computerized information systems, computer hardware and its uses and interactions; software, software packages and programming languages; the basics of analyzing, and designing business information systems; data communications and networking, distributed data processing and access to the Internet and hands-on uses of microcomputers for spreadsheet and database business applications using the latest, most popular software.


63-220 Business Programming

This course is a hands-on introduction to basic programming structures, concepts and object-oriented principles. Students will design, code, test and debug programs using contemporary programming languages that comprise computer systems in today's business organizations. Specific topics that will be covered include input/output operations, iteration, arithmetic operations, arrays, classes and objects and other related topics.




63-280 Multimedia Design

Building websites with multimedia applications such as audio and streaming video with Flash and Dreamweaver.