3 Cr. (Hrs.:3 Lec.)
Course generally offered spring (2nd) semester.
E1. Students understand and can use data types, variables and constants, assignments, arithmetic and Boolean expressions, selection and repetition control structures, arrays and events. (Programming Course)
E2. Students are able to test and debug programs. (Programming Course)
R1. Students can specify web content structure using a markup format.
R2. Students can create a database and write simple queries on databases.
R3. Students can use a back-end framework to create web applications that interact with a database.
R5. Students understand web design principles, can apply them and can critique sites.
R6. Students understand user-centered and responsive design and have incorporated the development of these into a web application.