2008/2009, Semester 1
Non-Faculty-Based Departments (Institute Of Systems Science)
Modular Credits: --
- SQL Programming & DBMS The objectives of this module are to introduce the SQL language, to introduce students to DB Administration concepts and to teach programming at the database tier. At the end of this session, participants will understand and be able to write interactive SQL DDL, DML and DCL commands. - Application Development Life Cycle II This module teaches students the skills needed to be an effective system analyst. Students are guided step by step thru lectures, workshops and practices the process of developing an application. - Enterprise System Development using .Net Framework The objective of this module is to prepare the students for client server development on .Net data objects with visual studio (C#) as the client side programming, ADO .Net as enabling middleware and RDBMS as the database server. - Distributed Computing Infrastructure Students will understand about the infrastructure supporting Internet Solution and the development solutions commonly adopted in the industry. They will also learn about the selection criteria used in selecting the appropriate development solutions for the organization. - Multimedia for Internet The objectives of this course are to teach students the design and development of multimedia elements for the Internet. - Internet Programming using ASP.NET The objectives of this module are to teach students Internet application development through the common gateway interface and the Microsoft .NET framework. - Ecommerce application life cycle The objectives of this module are to teach students the electronic commerce application lifecycle through requirement analysis, system technology definition, front-end and back-end design.
13-6.5-6.5-0-0; 32.5-16.25-0-16.25-0; 19.5-9.75-9.75-0-0; 9.7-4.9-0-4.9-0; 13-0-6.5-0-0