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CS185-Internet Programming I
offered Spring 2003

Register for: 2655-001

CS 185

Internet Programming I

 

Course Description

An introductory course in basic programming and scripting languages for Internet use. Students will design web pages and program special features using a variety of web-based languages. Suitable for beginning and intermediate computer science, mass communication and business students.

Classroom lecture and hands-on laboratory format. For both PC (Windows) and Macintosh users.

Prerequisite: CS101 or equivalent; email Instructor for further information

 

Other courses taught by Bill Nelson:
Multimedia Technology
Introduction to Computer Graphics


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