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I've been teaching for a few years now and still find it as rewarding as ever. Having a room full of curious students is also a wonderful way to keep you on your toes!
Introduces students to programming using VB.net by using games.
CS 01.200, "Computing Environments"
Introduces students to the Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Access) along with basic web design.
CS 04.225, "Principles of Data Structures"
Introduces students to common data structures (stacks, queues, trees), dynamic memory and object oriented programming using C++.
Introduces students to basic programming concepts using VB.NET. Concepts such as variables, loops, decision structures, procedural and event driven programming are covered.
CIS-110, "Fundamentals of Programming"
The same as the above, but for the CIS department.
CSC-111, "Intermediate Programming"
Similar to above but includes arrays, file i/o and object oriented programming.
CSC-201, "Programming in C"
Introduces students to basic through intermediate concepts of the C programming language. Topics include everything in CSC-101 (applied to C) plus pointers, file I/O, various C datatypes for storage (structs, unions, etc) and dynamic memory usage.
CSC-205, "Programming in C++"
Expands on the above to include Object Oriented Programming, operator overloading, polymorphism and templates. Uses common computer science data structures (stacks, linked lists, etc) implemented in C as a case study of how to rebuild them in the OO frame of mind.
CSC-220, "Data Structures and Algorithms"
Introduces students to stacks, queues, linked lists in both C and C++, along with basic algorithm analysis,
CIS-264, "[Web] Database Applications Programming"
Introduces and combines PHP, MySQL, Linux and web applications. I setup and administer a dedicated Linux server for the class.