Business Computer Systems Computer Lab

Computer Information Systems

Scheduling of Classes

Note to Students:  Scheduling of classes within the CIS department is determined several months in advance of the academic quarter. Below is a general plan that is followed each year.

However, changes from this plan (both cancellations and additions) may occur due to changes in funding from the state, unexpected demand, availability of instructional personnel, etc.  The schedule is not finalized until it is published in the online Schedule of Classes.

CourseCourse NameFallWinterSpringSummer
CIS 2 Computer and Society  x x x x
CIS 3 Business Information Systems  x x x x
CIS 4 Computer Literacy (formerly CIS 93) x x x x
CIS 14A
Visual Basic .NET Programming I  x x x2 x
CIS 14B Visual Basic .NET Programming II        
CIS 15BG Intermediate Problem Solving in C
(Has been replaced with CIS 22B - Intermediate Methodologies in C++ beginning Fall 2013)
       
CIS 15C Data Structures
(Has been replaced with CIS 22C - Data Abstraction
and Structures beginning Winter 2014)
       
CIS 18A Introduction to UNIX/LINUX x x x
CIS 18B Advanced UNIX/LINUX   x    
CIS 18C Shell Programming     x1  
CIS 21JA Introduction to 8086/IA32 Processor Assembly Language x x  
CIS 21JB Advanced Programming: Series 86 and IA32/Pentium Assembly Language     x7  
CIS 22A Beginning Programming Methodologies in C++  x x  x   x
CIS 22B Intermediate Programming Methodologies in C++  x  x  x  x
CIS 22C Data Abstraction and Structures x x x x
CIS 26A C as a Second Programming Language        
CIS 26B Advanced C Programming
    x  
CIS 27 Programming in C++ for C Programmers
     
CIS 28 Object Oriented Analysis and Design
  x    
CIS 29 Advanced C++ Programming
    x  
CIS 30A Introduction to C# Programming
       
CIS 30B Advanced C# Programming        
CIS 31 Operating System Concepts      
CIS 33A Programming in PERL x x x  
CIS 33B Advanced PERL Programming    x2    
CIS 35A Introduction to Java Programming  x x x x
CIS 35B Advanced Java Programming  x x x x
CIS 36A Introduction to Computer Programming in Java         x
CIS 36B   Intermediate Problem Solving in Java         
CIS 50 Introduction to Computers, Data Processing, and
Applications
 
       
CIS 53 Java for Mobile Development      
CIS 55 iOS Development x      
CIS 56 Network Security x   x   
CIS 57 Web Site Administration         
CIS 63 Systems Design         
CIS 64A Data Base Management Systems         
CIS 64B Introduction to SQL  x x x x
CIS 64C Introduction to PL/SQL         x
CIS 64D Database Tuning         
CIS 66 Introduction to Data Communication and Networking  x      
CIS 67A Local Area Networks    x    
CIS 67B Introduction to Wide Area Networking      x2  
CIS 73 UNIX/LINUX Systems Programming         
CIS 74 Computer Software Quality Assurance        
CIS 75A Internet Concepts and TCP/IP Protocols      x  
CIS 75B Internet Programming with TCP/IP  x2      
CIS 75C Enterprise Security Threats Management         
CIS 75D Enterprise Security Policy Management         
CIS 75E Enterprise Emergency Response Planning         
CIS 79 Managing Technology Projects  x      
CIS 80A Process Management       
CIS 86 Computer Accounting Systems6         
CIS 89A World Wide Web Page Development  x x    
CIS 89C Client-Side Programming with Javascript  x      
CIS 95A Project Management    x    
CIS 95B Project Planning and Control - A Practicum     x    
CIS 95C Risk Assessment and Mitigation - A Practicum      x  
CIS 95D Managing Outsourcing - A Practicum       x  
CIS 95E CAPM and PMP Exam Preparation         x
CIS 95F Managing Cloud Projects        
CIS 96 Special Projects in Computer Information Systems         
CIS 96X Special Projects in Computer Information Systems         
CIS 96Y Special Projects in Computer Information Systems         
CIS 98 Digital Image Editing x x x x
CIS 99 Office Software Applications x x x x
CIS 102 Ethical Hacking (OUTLINE NOT YET AVAILABLE)   x    
CIS 108 Personal Computer Security Basics x x x x
CIS 170F Windows 7 Administration     x  
  1. Offered every odd year.
  2. Offered every even year.
  3. Offered 2011 and 2014.
  4. Offered 2012.
  5. Offered online.
  6. Please consult with the Accounting Department to determine when this course will be offered next.
  7. Tentatively scheduled. Please consult with the CIS Department Coordinator for up-to-date information.

Computer
Information Systems

Building: F5
Contact: Mary Pape
Office: F51i
Phone: 408.864.8877

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Last Updated: 9/27/14