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1 CENTRAL TEXAS COLLEGE ITSE 1302 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING Semester Hours Credit: 4 INSTRUCTOR: OFFICE HOURS: I. INTRODUCTION A. This course is an introduction to computer programming using Visual Basic. Emphasis is on the fundamentals of structured design, development, testing, implementation, and documentation, including language syntax, data and file structures, input/output devices, and files. B. This course serves as a required or elective course on various degree plans. Curriculum plans for degrees and certificates are listed in the current Central Texas College catalog. C: Suggested Prerequisite: Knowledge of computers. II. LEARNING OUTCOMES Upon successful completion of this course, Introduction to Computer Programming, the student A. Use structured programming techniques. (C5, C6, C8, C15, C19, C20). B. Develop correct executable programs. (C1, C5, C6, C8, C19, C20, F1, F3, F8, F9, F12). C. Create appropriate documentation. (C1, C5, C6, C8, C19, C20, F1, F3, F8, F9, F12). D. Create applicable graphical user interfaces. (C5, C6, C8, C15, C19, C20). June 2014

2 III. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS A. The instructional materials identified for this course are viewable through B. Lecture Classes may also require a minimum of one USB storage device (2 GB or greater preferred). Online students may use cloud based storage. IV. COURSE REQUIREMENTS A. Reading Requirements: Students are responsible for all content in the assigned readings unless stated otherwise. Students may be quizzed on reading assignments even if the content has not been covered in lecture. B. Projects and assignments: Your instructor may require you to submit assignments electronically, orally, or in written form. Submit all required projects/assignments at the start of class on the submittal date. An assignment will not be accepted late; hence, the student should turn in whatever work has been accomplished and receive a grade accordingly. C. Class Performance: Punctual attendance of Class/Laboratories is mandatory. When tardy it is the student s responsibility to check-in with the instructor. Failure to do so may result in the student being counted absent. Only your instructor can authorize an excused absence. Excessive absences or tardiness may result in a lower grade or failure of the course. Students may be administratively withdrawn from class when their absences exceed 4 classes in a standard 16 week course or 3 in less than 16 week courses. Regardless of the reason for the absence, the student is responsible for completing all coursework covered during any absence. D. Class Participation: Lecture is a supplement, not a replacement, for outside study. Students are expected to read the assigned reading materials before the start of lecture on the day the material is discussed. Students will be prepared to participate in class discussions and to take unannounced quizzes relating to the lecture material presented and laboratory and reading assignments. Failure to participate may affect a student s grade in the course. V. ASSESSMENTS A. Students content mastery will be evaluated in the following areas: Assessments (midterm exam, quizzes, projects, etc.) ITSE

3 Final Assessment (final exam and/or semester project, participation) B. Scheduled and unscheduled quiz assessments will be given at the discretion of the instructor. C. Exams/assessments may be composed of both subjective and objective questions plus computer output. D. A student must take all exams/assessments. No make-up exams/assessments will be given. Both online and on campus students who know in advance that they will be absent due to school sponsored trips, military duty or orders, or any other valid reason, must arrange to take an early exam/assessment. Unexpected absences due to illness or other extenuating circumstances will require the student to see the instructor about make-up work in lieu of the missed exam/assessment. E. Students with unexcused absences will be given a zero for the exam/assessment missed. VI. SEMESTER GRADE COMPUTATION COURSE REQUIREMENTS POINTS POINTS GRADE QUALITY POINTS Assignments A-Superior 4 Assessment B-Above Average 3 Final Assessment C-Average 2 TOTAL D-Passing but unsatisfactory F-Failure 0 I Incomplete; W - Withdrawal VII. NOTES AND ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE INSTRUCTOR A. Course Withdrawal: It is the students responsibility to officially withdraw from a course if circumstances prevent attendance. Any student who desires to, or must, officially withdraw from a course after the first scheduled class meeting must file a Central Texas College Application for Withdrawal (CTC Form 59). The student must sign the withdrawal form. CTC Form 59 will be accepted at any time prior to Friday of the 12th week of classes during the 16-week fall and spring semesters. The deadline for sessions of other lengths is: 10-week session 8-week session Friday of the 8th week Friday of the 6th week ITSE

4 The equivalent date (75% of the semester) will be used for sessions of other lengths. The specific last day to withdraw is published each semester in the Schedule Bulletin. For non-goarmyed active military students, the effective date of withdrawal is the filing date with the Education Center. For all other students, the effective date of withdrawal is the date that the withdrawal application is received by the Central Texas College representative. Students who used financial aid, military tuition assistance, VA benefits, or other non-personal funds may be required to repay tuition and fees to the funding agency. For specific repayment requirements, contact the Office of Student Financial Aid or Veterans Services Office before withdrawing. Military tuition assistance students should visit their military Education Center or Navy College Office. A student who officially withdraws will be awarded the grade of W provided the student s attendance and academic performance are satisfactory at the time of official withdrawal. Students must file a withdrawal application with the College before they may be considered for withdrawal. A student may not withdraw from a class for which the instructor has previously issued a grade of F, FI, FN, IP, or XN. B. Instructor Initiated Withdrawals: Faculty are authorized to withdraw students who are not making satisfactory course progress to include failure to meet College attendance requirements as outlined in the section of the Catalog entitled Satisfactory Progress Standards. The instructor will assign the appropriate grade on CTC Form 59 for submission to the registrar. C. Administrative Withdrawal: A student may be administratively withdrawn by a designated member of the administrative staff of the College when the student has been placed on Academic Suspension or Disciplinary Suspension; the student has an outstanding financial obligation owed to the college; or the student registered for a course without the required prerequisite or departmental permission. The College is under no obligation to refund tuition and fees, or other costs associated with a student who is administratively withdrawn. D. Incomplete Grade: The College catalog states, an incomplete grade may be given in those cases where the student has completed the majority of the coursework but, because of personal illness, death in the immediate family, or military orders, the student is unable to complete the requirements for a ITSE

5 course... Prior approval from the instructor is required before the grade of IP for Incomplete is recorded. E. Cellular Phones and Mobile Devices: Cell phones and all other mobile devices will be silenced while the student is in the classroom or lab. F. Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA): Disability Support Services provide services to students who have appropriate documentation of a disability. Students requiring accommodations for class are responsible for contacting the Office of Disability Support Services (DSS) located on the central campus. This service is available to all students, regardless of location. Review the website at for further information. Reasonable accommodations will be given in accordance with the federal and state laws through the DSS office. G. Instructor Discretion: The instructor reserves the right of final decision in course requirements and may make changes to the course outline and/or assignments as needed. H. Civility: Individuals are expected to be cognizant of what a constructive educational experience is and be respectful of those participating in a learning environment. Failure to do so can result in disciplinary action up to and including expulsion. I. Absences: Class attendance is mandatory for both online and on campus students. Absences, for any reason, negatively affect the learning process, the individual student and the class. It is the student s responsibility to keep current with the material being presented in class. Please do not call the Computer Science Department regarding absences from class unless you will miss more than two consecutive days. J. Degree Progression: Students who receive a grade of D are advised not to enroll in the next course for which this course was a prerequisite. K. Failing Grade: The grade of F will be given for academic failure, nonattendance or scholastic dishonesty. Scholastic Dishonesty: The college policy on scholastic dishonesty, including definitions on plagiarism and cheating can be found at ITSE

6 VIII. COURSE OUTLINE A. Unit One: Introduce course requirements and objectives, and lab orientation a. Understand course requirements and objectives as defined in the syllabus and reviewed by the instructor b. Utilize hardware and software a. Read syllabus (C5, F1) b. Read and analyze programming assignments (C5, C6, F1, F9, F11, F12) c. Use laboratory equipment (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) a. Discuss syllabus b. Cover functional units of a computer c. Cover hardware and software fundamentals d. Conduct laboratory demonstration B. Unit Two: Introduction to Programming and Visual Basic a. Computer Systems: Hardware and Software b. Programs and Programming Languages c. More about Controls and Programming d. The Programming Process e. Visual Studio and Visual Basic Express (the Visual Basic Environment) a. Understand Hardware, Software Programs and Programming Languages (C5, C6, F1, F5, F11) b. Learn VB programming controls and concepts (C5, C6, F1, F5, F11) c. Open VB project & explore operating modes (C1, C8, F2, F3, F7, F9, F13, F17) d. Configure VB program (C1, C18, F2, F7, F3, F9, F13) e. Create controls, use code, run & compile (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) ITSE

7 a. Discuss VB & its role in the computer industry b. Cover VB logic structures c. Open VB project & discuss operating modes d. Cover planning a VB program e. Cover accessing VB library C. Unit Three: Creating Applications with Visual Basic a. Focus on Problem Solving: Building the Directions Application b. Focus on Problem Solving: Responding to Events c. Modifying a Control s Text Property with Code d. The AutoSize, BorderStyle, and TextAlign Properties e. Displaying Message Boxes f. Clickable Images g. Using Visual Basic Help h. Debugging Your Application a. Create a new solution (C5, C6) b. Understand two parts of a solution (C5, C6, F1, F5, F11) c. Designing the user interface (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) d. Setting properties at design time (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) e. Creating the user interface (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) f. The code editor (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) g. Create an event handler (C5, C6, F1, F5, F11) h. Programming errors (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) i. Assignment statements (C5, C6, C8) a. Become familiar with elements of program/project design b. Understand fundamentals of project files c. Create & use multiple instances of labels, text boxes, & command buttons d. Use VB tools to align multiple control instances e. Create shapes & lines for better user interface f. Look up intrinsic constants g. Use functions, set focus, debug, & print D. Unit Four: Variables and Calculations ITSE

8 a. Gathering Text Input b. Variables and Data Types c. Performing Calculations d. Mixing Different Data Types e. Formatting Numbers and Dates f. Class-Level Variables g. Exception Handling h. Group Boxes i. The Load Event j. Focus on Program Design and Problem Solving: Building the Room Charge Calculator Application k. More about Debugging: Locating Logic Errors a. Using controls (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) b. Working with variables (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) c. Creating comments (C5,C6,C8,C19,F5) d. Understanding focus (C8, F1,F5) e. Type conversion (C5,C6,C8,C19) f. Formatting numeric values (C5,C6) g. Intrinsic Functions (C6,C8,C19,F1,F5) a. Work with text input b. Use Date String function c. Create calculations with numeric input d. Format numeric output e. Create Group Boxes f. Use Boolean data E. Unit Five: Making Decisions and Working with Strings a. The Decision Structure b. The If...Then Statement c. The If...Then...Else Statement d. The If...Then...ElseIf Statement e. Nested If Statements f. Logical Operators g. Comparing, Testing, and Working with Strings h. More about Message Boxes i. The Select Case Statement ITSE

9 j. Introduction to Input Validation k. Focus on GUI Design: Radio Buttons and Check Boxes l. Focus on Program Design and Problem Solving: Building the Health Club Membership Fee Calculator Application a. Working with IF statements (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) b. Working with Logical Operators (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) c. Using Select Case (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) d. Using Boolean data (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) e. Using Message boxes (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) f. Decision making (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) g. Create Class-Level variables (C5,C6,C8,C19,F5) a. Create IF statements using logical operators b. Learn difference between IF and Select Case c. Write code using Boolean data d. Create a Message box e. Use Class-level variables F. Unit Six: Lists, Loops, Validation, and More a. Input Boxes b. List Boxes c. Introduction to Loops: The Do While Loop d. The Do Until and For...Next Loops e. Nested Loops f. Multicolumn List Boxes, Checked List Boxes, and Combo Boxes g. Random Numbers h. Simplifying Code with the With End With Statement i. ToolTips j. Focus on Program Design and Problem Solving: Building the Vehicle Loan Calculator Application a. Create Input & List Boxes (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) b. Input validation guidelines (C5, C6, F1, F5, F11) c. Write Do and For loops to execute statements repeatedly (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) d. The validating event (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) e. Generate Random Numbers (C5, C6, F1, F5, F11) f. ToolTips (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) ITSE

10 a. Understand Input & List boxes b. Know the purpose of and be able to use input validation c. Create various forms of loops & understand how each works d. Set properties of controls to interact with a database e. Define & use random number generator f. Create Tool Tips G. Unit Seven: Procedures and Functions a. Procedures b. Passing Arguments to Procedures c. Functions d. More about Debugging: Stepping Into, Over, and Out of Procedures and Functions e. Focus on Program Design and Problem Solving: Building the Bagel and Coffee Price Calculator Application a. Use Procedures (C5, C6, C8) b. Pass arguments to procedures (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) c. Use Functions (C5, C6, C8) d. Finding programming errors (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) a. Use general procedures b. Use function procedures c. Use sub procedures d. Step through code H. Unit Eight: Multiple Forms, Standard Modules, and Menus a. Multiple Forms b. Modules c. Menus d. Focus on Problem Solving: Building the High Adventure Travel Agency Price Quote Application ITSE

11 a. Adding an existing form to a solution (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) b. Define the startup object (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) c. Creating menus (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) d. Creating event handlers for menus (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) a. Add second form to project b. Add module to project c. Create a menu system for a form d. Create event handlers for menus I. Unit Nine: Arrays, Timers, and More a. Arrays b. More about Array Processing c. Procedures and Functions That Work with Arrays d. Multidimensional Arrays e. Focus on GUI Design: The Enabled Property and Timer Control f. Focus on GUI Design: Anchoring and Docking Controls g. Focus on Problem Solving: Building the Demetris Leadership Center Application a. Managing lists of data with arrays (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) b. Sorting arrays (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) c. Sub Procedures & Functions using arrays (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) d. Working with Enabled Property, Timer Control, and Splash Screens (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) e. Anchor and dock controls (C5, F2, F7, F8, F10) a. Create and use arrays b. Understand use of enabled property c. Add timer control & splash screen to project d. Dock and anchor controls on form J. Unit Ten: Files, Printing, and Structures a. Using Files ITSE

12 b. The OpenFileDialog, SaveFileDialog, FontDialog, and ColorDialog Controls c. The PrintDocument Control d. Structures a. Processing textual data (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) b. Using a sequential file (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) c. Writing to a file (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) d. Structures (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) a. Read information from a text file into program b. Write information to a text file from program c. Work with OpenFileDialog and SaveFileDialog controls d. Create a rich text file e. Create your own data types/structures K. Unit Eleven: Working with Databases a. Database Management Systems b. Database Concepts c. DataGridView Control d. Data-Bound Controls e. Structured Query Language (SQL) f. Focus on Problem Solving: Karate School Management Application g. Introduction to LINQ a. How VB uses a database (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) b. Establishing a Database connection (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) c. Creating the DataGridView (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) d. Role of the DataGridView (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) e. Data Binding (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) f. Modifying records (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) a. Understand how VB uses a database b. Define a connection to a database c. Use a DataAdapter to retrieve data from a database d. Use the DataSet class e. Bind controls to a DataSet f. Use the ControlBindingsCollection ITSE

13 g. Understand how users navigate between records h. Modify a database record L. Unit Twelve: Developing Web Applications a. Programming for the Web b. Creating ASP.NET Applications c. Web Server Controls d. Designing Web Forms e. Applications with Multiple Web Pages f. Using Databases a. Creating an ASP.NET web application (C5, C6, F1, F5, F11) b. Defining the start page (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) c. Adding the second web form (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) d. Introduction to web forms (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) e. Working with databases in ASP.NET (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) a. Understand ASP.NET Web applications b. Define a start page c. Using and adding web forms d. Use ASP.NET with databases M. Unit Thirteen: Classes, Collections, and Scrollable Controls a. Classes and Objects b. Creating a Class c. Collections d. Focus on Problem Solving: Creating the Student Collection Application e. The Object Browser f. Introduction to Inheritance a. Theory of component creation (C5, C6, F1, F5, F11) b. Role of author and developer (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) c. Defining the namespace (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) d. Class events (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) ITSE

14 e. Hiding data (C5, C6, C8, C19, F1, F5, F11) a. Understand various aspects of components b. Understand namespace c. Work with class events d. Understand hiding data ITSE

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