For my upcoming CSC-300 students in the Fall 2013 term:

I haven’t yet completed the new syllabus, but I thought I’d share the one I used last year so you can get a sense of what we’ll cover in class, nor have I selected a text book yet.

There will certainly be some changes to the syllabus¬†because my previous classes were one night a week for four hours instead of two days a week, but I’m sure you’ll get the idea of the rough schedule.

 

csc300-syllabus-dillon-winter12

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  1. John Dillon July 26th, 2013 9:26 am

    Here’s the class definition as shown on WebAdvisor:

    Advanced programming course which focuses on the design of visual user-interface in the Windows environment. Topics include basic forms, simple structures, variables, control mechanism, types and expressions, complex data structure, looping, functions, procedures, selections, multiple forms, files and arrays. Prerequisite: CSC 210.

  2. John Dillon November 18th, 2013 10:38 pm

    NOTE: The text book for this year HAS CHANGED. This is the text for 2013′s CSC-300 classes.

    Murach’s Visual Basic 2010
    Anne Boehm
    Murach
    ISBN: 978-1-890774-58-5