Courses

CIT 105P Foundations Of Computing And Problem Solving Credits: 4

This course covers the fundamentals of computer use, problem solving, and programming. Specific topics include: the general use of micro and mainframe computers, algorithm design, the relation of algorithms to programs, the fundamentals of programming in the PASCAL language, and program debugging techniques. This course is presented only in a PACE program format.

Co-requisites: MATH 110.

CIT 106P Computers: Their Uses And Impact Credits: 4

This course covers the history of computing, concepts in and classes of computer hardware and software, classes of computer application, economic issues in the development of computer hardware and software products, and philosophical, social and legal issues in the use (and abuse) of computer technology. This course is presented only in a PACE program format.

CIT 310P Web Design & Development Credits: 3

This three hour course, Web Design and Development, is designed to introduce the student to the Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) and its use for the development of web pages. This course is offered online and no scheduled classroom attendance will be required. Correspondence through emails and the class forum is strongly encouraged.

Prerequisites: CIT 105P.

CIT 315P Web Graphics & Multimedia Credits: 3

This three hour course, Web Graphics and Multimedia, is a continuation to Web Design and Development. The course material will cover different development tools used to incorporate graphics, sounds, and videos into web pages. This course is offered online and no scheduled classroom attendance will be required. Correspondence through emails and the class forum is required.

Prerequisites: CIT 105P.