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Mco 358 - Web Programming

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TOURO COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS LANDER COLLEGE DEPARTMENT COURSE TITLE COURSE NUMBER PREREQUISITES CREDIT HOURS DEVELOPER LAST UPDATE Computer Science Web Programming MCO 358 MCO 242 and MCO 343 not for Data Communications majors 3 Department of Academic Computing M Gutherc September 11 2003 COURSE DESCRIPTION This course will cover programming for the web using current technologies and programming tools A quick review of basic HTML and CSS will form the basis for web programming using ASP Active Server Pages and server side VBScript client side Javascript database connections through ODBC and MS Access and COM objects Students will be assumed to have basic knowledge of databases and SQL and advanced programming skills COURSE DEPARTMENTAL OBJECTIVES The student will Gain the ability to create web pages using fundamental concepts in HTML and CSS Be able to use ASP to process forms submitted to a web server with understanding of the get and post methods Understand sessions and cookies and implement web applications using these concepts Be able to store retrieve update and delete data in database tables using ASP and ODBC Gain an understanding of the fundamental concepts behind COM technology and the ability to utilize third party components in ASP and VB Understand and utilize Javascript for client side form validation rollover effects and browser detection Be introduced to emerging technologies such as XML COURSE INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES This course is intended to further the professional and career interests of students in the area of Internet and web programming by giving them the fundamental knowledge needed for employment as an ASP programmer This course is also designed to enable students to practice their problem solving skills by developing ASP pages to implement desired applications COURSE CONTENT The course will cover the following topics Internet Technologies and Basic HTML Advanced HTML Tables Frames Cascading Style Sheets Form Elements Active Server Pages



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