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Student Learning Outcomes

Discipline: Degree: AS - Computer Programming S7302
Course Name Course Number Objectives
Advanced Basic Programming CISP 14
  • Students completing CISP 14 - Advanced Basic Programming Lecture will be able to display data from related database tables.
  • Students completing CISP 14 - Advanced Basic Programming Lecture will be able to update a SQL Server database.
  • Students completing CISP 14 - Advanced Basic Programming Lecture will be able to create a web site that accesses data from a database.
Advanced C++ Programming CISP 34
  • Students completing CISP 34 - Advanced C++ Programming Lecture will be able to create event-driven program, using Windows Forms
  • Students completing CISP 34 - Advanced C++ Programming Lecture will be able to connect C++ program to the database and incorporate SQL statements into C++ code.
Advanced Java Programming CISP 24
  • Students completing CISP 24 - Advanced Java Programming will be able to develop a dynamic web page programming Java Server Pages.
  • Students completing CISP 24 - Advanced Java Programming will be able to create an object oriented program that will use remote method invocation using the Java programming language.
Computer Information Systems CISB 11
  • Students completing CISB 11 - Computer Information Systems will know the six phases of the system development life cycle and two activities that occur in each phase.
  • Students completing CISB 11 - Computer Information Systems will know the four primary operations of a computer and the hardware that performs these operations.
  • Students completing CISB 11 - Computer Information Systems will be able to define the following Internet terms: Internet, World Wide Web, browser, IP address, URL
  • Students completing CISB 11 - Computer Information Systems will be able to identify five ways to protect a computer from harmful attacks.
Database Management - Microcomputers CISD 11
  • Students completing CISD 11 - Database Management - Microsoft Access Lecture will be able to use Microsoft Access to create a professional and user-friendly working database with little or no assistance.
  • Students completing CISD 11 - Database Management - Microsoft Access Lecture will be able to create effective queries that answer needed questions.
  • Students completing CISD 11 - Database Management - Microsoft Access Lecture will be able to create effective reports based on given criteria.
  • Students completing CISD 11 - Database Management - Microsoft Access Lecture will be able to create useful and professional-looking mainform/subforms using Access
Database Management - Microsoft SQL Server CISD 21
  • Students completing CISD 21 - Database Management - Microsoft SQL Server Lecture will be able to update database data using the SQL Server Data Manipulation Language commands.
  • Students completing CISD 21 - Database Management - Microsoft SQL Server Lecture will be able to create a program using scripts and stored procedures.
  • Students completing CISD21 - SQL Server Lecture will be able to understand functions for simplifying daily database tasks.
  • Students completing CISD21 will be able to understand the summary queries and know how to use the aggregate functions.
Database Management - Oracle CISD 31
  • Students completing CISD 31 - Database Management - Oracle Lecture will be able to create queries to retrieve data from multiple tables using Oracle functions, views, and scripts.
  • Students completing CISD 31 - Database Management - Oracle Lecture will be able to use decision making statements, loops, and cursors in order to create a business application.
  • Students completing CISD31 will understand exception handling and know how to take the actions when exceptions are raised.
  • Students completing CISD 31 will be able to understand subqueries.
Linux Operating System CISN 31
  • Students completing CISN 31 - Linux Operating System Lecture will know how to install a well-known Linux distribution as a workstation operating system.
  • Students completing CISN 31 - Linux Operating System Lecture will know how to connect their Linux workstation to a network and the internet and run a word processing program.
Microcomputer Applications CISB 15 (VOC)
  • Students completing CISB 15 - Microcomputer Applications will understand the importance of continuing their education in computer literacy.
  • Students completing CISB 15 - Microcomputer Applications will be able to use Microsoft Word to create professional documents needed to create a computer security report.
  • Students completing CISB 15 - Microcomputer Applications will be able to effectively use formulas and functions in worksheets.
Principles of Accounting - Financial BUSA 7 (VOC)
  • I am able to describe the basic accounting system and how it is used to serve business needs
  • I am able to analyze and record transactions, using a journal and a ledger, of varying degrees of difficulty including adjusting, and closing entries
  • I am able to utilize accounting information including financial statements to perform financial statement analysis
Principles of Business BUSM 20 (VOC)
  • I am able to list and explain the foundations upon which business is built and the economic challenges facing the United States
  • I am able to explain the global dimensions affecting businesses today and in the future
  • I am able to describe and explain social responsibility and business ethics
Principles of Object-Oriented Design CISP 10
  • Students completing CISP 10 - Principles of Object-Oriented Design will be able to create a UML (Unified Modeling Language) diagram for any given programming application.
  • Students completing CISP 10 - Principles of Object-Oriented Design will be able to identify classes (objects) needed to create object-oriented application in any programming language.
  • Students in CISP10 will be able to use Agile methodology to design and create any business application
Programming in C# CISP 41
  • Students completing CISP 41 - Programming in C# Lecture will be able to write valid decision statements (if/else constructs) in the C#.NET programming language.
  • Students completing CISP 41 - Programming in C# Lecture will be able to create an object oriented program using multiple classes in the C#.NET programming language.
Programming in C++ CISP 31
  • Students completing CISP 31 - Programming in C++ Lecture will be able to use decision making statements and loops in order to create a program using C++ constructs.
  • Students completing CISP 31 - Programming in C++ Lecture will be able to create an object-oriented program using classes.
Programming in Java CISP 21
  • Students completing CISP 21 - Programming in Java Lecture will be able to construct a proper decision statement (if/else constructs) in Java programming language
  • Students completing CISP 21 - Programming in Java Lecture will be able to create an object oriented program using multiple classes in Java programming language
  • Students completing CISP 21 - Programming in Java Lecture will be able to construct logical pseudocode that solves a given programming problem as part of project documentation.
Programming in Visual Basic CISP 11
  • Students completing CISP 11 - Programming in Visual Basic Lecture will be able to use decision making statements and loops in order to create a business application using Visual Basic. NET.
  • Students completing CISP 11 - Programming in Visual Basic Lecture will be able to create an object-oriented program using classes.
  • Students completing CISP 11 - Programming in Visual Basic Lecture will be able to understand ASP.NET and know how to connect to a database.
  • Students completing CISP 11 - Programming in Visual Basic Lecture will be able to understand exception handling and take actions when exceptions are raised.
Systems Analysis and Design CISM 11
  • Students completing CISM 11 - Systems Analysis and Design will know how to design the logical structure of a database.
  • Students completing CISM 11 - Systems Analysis and Design will know how to utilize Data Flow Diagrams to describe how data flows through an organization.
  • Students completing CISM 11 - Systems Analysis and Design will know the six phases of the system development life cycle and two activities that occur in each phase.
Windows Operating System CISN 21
  • Students completing CISN 21 - Windows Operating System will be able to properly configure Microsoft's operating system to stay secure while interacting with internetworks.
  • Students completing CISN 21 - Windows Operating System will be able to effectively use the printer configuration utility to install and test a printing device.