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Computer Informatoin Systems (CIS) Courses
CIS 101 - Computer Information Systems
This course teaches students basic proficiency in the use of personal computers ? knowledge essential for successful employment in the modern workplace. The following three modules are covered in this class: 1) Key business software applications (word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation software), 2) Computer fundamentals (Operating systems, software, hardware, and social issues such as ethics) and 3) Online applications (the Internet, using online research, understanding intra-networks, and e-mail). An overview of EITC?s computer network is also provided.
CIS 145 - Internetworking Technologies
This course provides an overview of internet fundamentals in networking technology, business foundations and website development. This course is designed to help students prepare to sit for the Certified Internetworking Webmaster Foundations exam. Lecture, hands-on practice, and question review are key components to this course.
CIS 231 - Web Page Design
This course introduces the student to design and construction of internet websites. It covers planning, design concepts, internet graphics, internet multimedia, page layout, maintenance, legal issues, and commercial use of the internet. Students learn the current W3C standards and are exposed to the latest enhancements.
CIS 234 - Computer Assisted Graphics
This course uses Adobe Illustrator for the design of graphics and Adobe Photoshop for the manipulation of photographs for use in publications and the World Wide Web. The course presents preparing optimizing files for output and color theory.
CIS 235 - Advanced Website Design
CIS 236 - Web Development Tools
This course provides the students with the skills necessary to utilize the latest industry standards in graphical applications for web development. A number of applications will be examined and used in the course to provide rapid web development skills to the student.
CIS 238 - Database Driven Websites
This course will examine the different approaches for creating dynamic web pages that interact with databases and demonstrates how web servers interact with database servers and browsers to create dynamic web pages. The students will use relational database concepts to create queries using SQL. The course will interact with databases using both client-side and server-side scripts.
CIS 239 - Advanced Data Management
This course provides the advanced skills necessary to develop scalable organization databases. Organizational information needs and limitations will be examined to plan and develop databases that can later be utilized in the creation of dynamic web sites. Industry standards in database software will be utilized throughout the course.
CIS 240 - Emerging Technologies of the Internet
This course will examine the latest development tools and applications including plug-ins, ecommerce solutions, browser development, web services, and cloud computing. New and developing trends within the internet industry will be studied and applied to specific requirements of website site clients.