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Other Computer Science Courses offered at Clatsop Community College:


CS 101
FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTING

(1.00 Lecture Hr./Wk.) 1 Credit
Students study contemporary computer terminology; learn about the
Internet; are introduced to operating system software; learn about
application software; learn file management; learn how to log into
a network and use the college email system.

 

CS 125H
BEGINNING WEB SITE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

(2.00 Lecture and 2.00 Lecture/Lab Hrs./Wk.) 3 Credits
Students create World Wide Web sites using Hypertext Markup
Language (HTML) and web site design tools. Students examine the
principles and elements of effective web design.

 

CS 131
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

(4.00 Lecture Hrs./Wk.) 4 Credits
Students learn and apply theory, elements, and structures of
microcomputer systems (including hardware and software) to develop
computer literacy. This class also provides hands-on experience using
computer applications in preparation for more advanced classes.
Prerequisite: CS 101 or OA 120 recommended for students with
little or no computer experience.

 

CS 135H
ADVANCED WEB SITE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT

(2.00 Lecture, 2.00 Lecture/Lab Hrs./Wk.) 3 Credits
Students create interactive World Wide Web sites using scripting
and Dynamic XHTML. Students examine the principles and elements
of effective web design. This is the second course in Web design
and development. Prerequisite: CS 125H or instructor approval.
OFFERED AS NEEDED

 

CS 135W
WEB SITE MANAGEMENT

(2.00 Lecture, 2.00 Lecture/Lab Hrs./Wk.) 3 Credits
Students explore the issues and techniques of managing web
sites. Topics include setting up web sites, file maintenance and
management, controlling access, security, testing, server side
technologies, managing dynamic web applications, task management,
and interacting with clients. Prerequisite: CS 125H or instructor
approval. OFFERED AS NEEDED


CS 160
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

(3.00 Lecture, 3.00 Lab Hrs./Wk.) 4 Credits
Students learn the discipline of computer programming for both
computer science and non-computer science majors. Topics
include problem solving, computer logic, data representation,
algorithms, features of structured programming and issues in
software development. Students study how computers use software
to perform useful tasks, how such software is constructed and how
to build Graphic User Interfaces (GUIs) for data input and display.
 

 

CSD 122
BEGINNING DATABASE PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

(3.00 Lecture Hrs./Wk.) 3 Credits
Students become familiar with the capabilities of standard database
management systems including concepts, design elements, and
structure. They learn how to store, access, sort, query, create
reports and forms, and make additions, deletions, and changes to
that database. Prerequisite: None. Basic keyboarding skills and
computer literacy recommended.

 

CSD 275
ADVANCED DATABASE PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

(3.00 Lecture Hrs./Wk.) 3 Credits
Students build on techniques learned in CSD 122 to create a
database system and utilize its special features to create interfaces
and enhancements. Prerequisite: CSD 122.

 

CSL 107
SPREADSHEETS

(3.00 Lecture Hrs./Wk.) 3 Credits
Students gain an understanding of worksheet design, formulas,
charting, what-if analysis, linking and consolidating worksheets
through hands-on exercises. Prerequisite: None. Basic keyboarding
skills and computer literacy recommended.
 

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