|Internet Foundations CIS 1123-60 (SU14) |
Define and describe the Internet and all things related, including a history of the development of the Internet.
Introduce students to types of Internet connections, services, activities, and software.
Introduce students to “Netiquette” relating to personal, school, and business use.
Introduce students to security risks of Internet use and how to prevent problems.
Introduce searching techniques and how to evaluate web resources.
Introduce students how to do business on the web and participate in mass communication.
|CIW Certification CIS 2083-60 (SP14)|
This course is designed to prepare students to take the Certified Internet Webmaster (CIW) Foundations Certification Exam. This course will focus on exam preparation specific to the testable course materials and exam-taking techniques. (3 lecture hours)
|Web and Graphic Design CIS 2554-60 (SP14)|
An introduction to key artistic concepts and foundations in Web and Graphic Design. This course emphasizes the importance of the placement of text and graphics in maximizing visual appeal. This course is designed to help prepare students for the Certified Internet Webmaster (CIW) Prep Course (CIS 2083). Prerequisite: CIS 2523 (3 lecture hours / 1 lab hours)
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