DO NOT LET the prerequisites stop you from registering for the course. Professor Konkol will fill out prerequisite waiver for all students who want to register for the course.
CIS-290-H010 Special Topic: Intro to Python
The course is designed to provide an introduction to the Python programming language. The focus of the course is to provide students with an introduction to programming, I/O, and visualization using the Python programming language.
CIS245 - ANDROID DEVELOPMENT (NOW ONLINE!)
Programming Android for Mobile Devices introduces the programming of simple Android mobile device applications. This course provides an overview of the Kotlin language, and an introduction to the Android operating system and to Android application development. By the end of the course, the student will have a firm foundation in Android programming and usage. This course is offered in the spring term.
CIS180 - Intro to Visual Basic (ONLINE)
Introduction to Visual Basic Programming is an introductory course that is designed for students and professionals with little or no Visual Basic or Windows programming experience. The student will learn the BASIC language syntax, event-driven programming, and how to put together a complete Visual Basic Application. Topics such as Windows programming standards and conventions, database programming, array processing, controls, properties, methods and events will be discussed
CIS170 - Programming logic
Programming Logic & Design introduces computer programming and problem solving in a structured program logic environment. It introduces key programming concepts, including structure, decision making, looping, arrays, and files, and enforces good style, modern conventions, and logical thinking. Students will also be introduced to object-oriented programming techniques and events. Students should take this course at the same time as they take their first programming class.
Web101 Programming Related to the Internet
This course is designed for students and professionals interested in learning how to design and develop Web pages and Web sites.
The Computer Information Systems Department's Data Assurance & IT Security A.A.S. degree has met very stringent guidelines and been designated as a “National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education”.
Computer network technicians build and maintain computer networks used by business, education, government, and health-care institutions. Networks linking desktop computers allow users to send electronic mail (e-mail) and to share data, computer applications, and Internet connections. As more institutions establish computer networks, the demand for skilled computer network technicians will grow.
Starting Spring 2019 current and future RVC students can begin the exciting journey of becoming an mobile application developer...COMPLETELY ONLINE!
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