Dr. Bryan Reagan's Course Page: Fall 2018

COM 207: Programming in C++ - Section CA01

Description:

The use of C/C++ programming language for information processing and problem solving. Students use algorithms and computer logic to translate data into information through structured design, coding, testing, and program debugging.

Textbook:

Zak, Diane. An Introduction to Programming with C++. 8th Edition. Cengage Learning; Cambridge, MA; 2015.
ISBN-13: 978-1285860114

Recommended Text:

Hünniger, Dirk. C++ Programming. Wikibooks.org; 22 April 2012; https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e9/CPlusPlusProgramming.pdf .

Materials:

Students will be required to bring a USB storage device to class, including the first day of class.
Students will require access to a computer with Microsoft Office 2010 or later in order to complete their homework assignments. In addtion, students will be required to use Dev C++, a free C++ IDE, to complete programming assignments.

Meeting:

MWF 1:30 PM – 2:20 PM;
21 Aug 2018 — 7 Dec 2018;
School of Business Room 308;
Final Exam: Friday, 7 December 2018 at 1:10 PM – 3:10 PM.

GBA 327: Business Information Systems and Analytics – Section CA02

Description:

This course is an introduction to management information systems and business analytics, and their strategic role in supporting and transforming modern organizations and management activities. Topics include: role of information systems in business; fundamentals of information technology - hardware, software, communication and computer networks, databases and enterprise systems; ethical issues in the information age, as well as issues of globalization, social impact, privacy, and security. The course also covers fundamentals of business analytics and the application of business intelligence techniques to analyze data to drive informed business decisions.

Textbook:

Kroenke, David and James R. Evans. Pearson Custom Library: Business Information Systems and Analytics: GBA 327. Prentice Hall; Boston Massachusetts; 2013.
ISBN-13: 978-1-269-87877-7

Materials:

Students will be required to bring a USB storage device to class, including the first day of class.
Students will require access to a computer with Microsoft Office 2003 or later and some additional Excel add-ins in order to complete their homework assignments.

Meeting:

MWF 8:30 AM – 9:20 AM;
21 Aug 2018 — 7 Dec 2018;
School of Business Room 230;
Final Exam: Wednesday, 5 December 2018 at 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM.

COM 340: Introduction to Internet Applications - Section CA01

Description:

An introduction to Internet applications theory, the tools used to develop Internet applications, and the development of Web design, electronic commerce, and server administration.

Textbook:

Deitel, P. Deitel, H. and Deitel, A. Internet & World Wide Web: How to Program. 5th Edition. Prentice Hall; Upper Saddle River, NJ; 2012. ISBN13: 978-13-215100-9

Materials:

Students will be required to bring a USB storage device to class, including the first day of class.
Students will require access to a computer with a web browser and text editor in order to complete their homework assignments.

Meeting:

MWF 12:30PM 01:20PM;
21 Aug 2018 — 7 Dec 2018;
School of Business Room 308;
Final Exam: Wednesday, 5 December 2018 at 1:10 PM – 03:10 PM.

COM 504 Cybersecurity Compliance - Section MCS01

Description:

This course provides an in-depth examination of the law dealing with computers and the Internet. Topics will include such issues as US and international jurisdiction, computer security, intellectual property, electronic commerce, information privacy, freedom of expression, and cyber-crime. Included are detailed analyses of significant legal case studies plus review of applicable federal and state legislation as applied to compliance of standards such as those found in HIPPA, Sarbanes Oxley, FISMA, Data Breach Disclosure Laws, as well as selected international standards.

Grama, Joanna Lyn; Legal Issues in Information Security. 2nd. Edition. Jones & Bartlett Learning; Boston, MA; 2014.
ISBN: 978-1284054743

Materials:

Students will be required to purchase access to some online resources to complete some Lab assignments.
Students will be required to bring a USB storage device to class, including the first day of class.
Students will require access to a computer with Microsoft Office 2003 or later.

Meeting:

Sat 1:00 PM - 4:50 PM;
25 Aug 2018; 1 Sep 2018; 15 Sep 2018; 6 Oct 2018; 20 Oct 2018; 3 Nov 2018; 17 Nov 2018; 1 Dec 2018;
Room 408 School of Business Building
Final Exam: Saturday, 1 December 2018 at 1:00 PM – 4:50 PM.

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