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EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE_ _____________________________________________________________ 2016-2017
BOT 190 Mechanics of Business Writing
3 Credits
In this course, students will develop effective language usage
with emphasis on correct grammar, punctuation, sentence
structure, and the mechanics of writing business communication,
use of online office tools. FA
BOT 216 Supervised Work Experience
3 Credits
Supervised work experience will be conducted at an instructor-
approved work site or on the campus of Eastern Idaho Technical
College. ALL
CIS 101 Computer Information Systems
3 Credits
This course teaches students basic proficiency in the use of
personal computers ? knowledge essential for successful
employment in the modern workplace. The following three
modules are covered in this class: 1) Key business software
applications (word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation
software), 2) Computer fundamentals (Operating systems,
software, hardware, and social issues such as ethics) and
3) Online applications (the Internet, using online research,
understanding intra-networks, and e-mail). An overview of
EITC’s computer network is also provided. ALL
CIS 101L Computer Information Systems Lab
0 Credits
This course provides extra support for students who can benefit
from more detailed instruction in order to foster success in CIS
Corequisite: CIS 101
This course will be graded on a pass/fail basis.
CIS 110 Basics of Web Development
3 Credits
This course introduces the student to HTML, CSS and other
essential web coding concepts. Emphasis is placed on hands-on
skills. Students will use standards-compliant HTML to create
basic web pages, be able to use styles to format those web
pages, and will demonstrate an understanding of advanced CSS
selectors and properties. Students will demonstrate the ability to
effectively design and layout web pages using CSS. FA
Prerequisite: CIS 101 or equivalent
CIS 110L Basics of Web Development Lab
1 Credit
Lab portion of CIS 110 Basics of Web Development. FA
CIS 130 Fundamental Web Design
3 Credits
This course introduces students to basic web design theory and
use of current industry graphic development tools. Students
will use organizational standards related to layout, architecture
and planning. Students will develop design practices to create
aesthetically pleasing Web pages. Students will learn the
importance of designing a user-centered Web project that meets
the customer/client expectations. Students will also learn to work
effectively, safely and ethically in today’s business environment.
Prerequisite: CIS 101 or equivalent
CIS 220 Development for Modern Devices
4 Credits
This course uses the latest development techniques for current
industry devices to build systems that meet the users’ needs
using best practice principles. Students will learn how to
effectively use application architectures for a range of wireless
devices via hands-on experience. SP
Prerequisite: CIS 235
CIS 235 Advanced Website Design
3 Credits
The student will work with organizations to develop and publish
websites using a variety of advanced coding methods. This
course will build on the W3C standards introduced in CIS 231
and will provide advanced web programming skills in HTML/
XML, JavaScript, VBScripts and CGI programming to work
with cookies, forms, input validation, database connectivity and
searches. SP
Prerequisite: CIS 130
CIS 236 Web Development Tools
3 Credits
This course provides the students with the skills necessary to
utilize the latest industry standards in graphical applications for
web development. A number of applications will be examined
and used in the course to provide rapid web development skills
to the student. SP
CIS 237 Web Development Tools II
3 Credits
This course continues with more advanced skills necessary
to utilize the latest industry standards in graphical design
and advanced styling for web development. A number of
applications will be examined and used in the course to provide
design and graphical skills to the student. FA
Prerequisite: CIS 236
CIS 238 Database Driven Websites
3 Credits
This course will examine the different approaches for
creating dynamic web pages that interact with databases and
demonstrates how web servers interact with database servers and
browsers to create dynamic web pages. The students will use
relational database concepts to create queries using SQL. The
course will interact with databases using both client-side and
server-side scripts. FA
Prerequisite: CIS 239
CIS 239 Advanced Data Management
3 Credits
This course provides the advanced skills necessary to develop
scalable organization databases. Organizational information
needs and limitations will be examined to plan and develop
databases that can later be utilized in the creation of dynamic
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