MF 11-11:50PM Roddy Hall Rm 136
T 10-11:50PM Roddy Hall Rm 136/Mac Lab
MF 2-2:50PM Roddy Hall Rm 136
T 1:10-3PM Roddy Hall Rm 136/Mac Lab
MF 3-3:50PM Roddy Hall Rm 154
T 3:10-5PM Roddy Hall Rm 154/Mac Lab
Introduction to building database-driven web applications. Topics include data modeling, building databases, database queries, basic data management, Model View Controller design paradigm, server-side scripting, web development frameworks, web protocols, markup languages, and client-side scripting. Offered in spring. Prerequisite: CSCI 362.
Web Programming Step by Step, Marty Stepp, Jessica L. Miller, Victoria Kirst. Step by Step Publishing, Second Edition, 2012. ISBN 9781105578786 (recommended)
Data Management: Databases and Organizations by Richard T. Watson. Prospect Press, 6th edition, 2016. ISBN-13: 978-1943153039 (recommended)
Labs and assignments: 50%
Not attending labs may result in overall grade reduction (see attendance policy on syllabus)
Grading will be on a 100 point scale, with 93%=A, 90%= A-, 87%=B+, 83%= B, etc. You must complete all exams, labs, and assignments in order to pass the course.
2018 — Stephanie Schwartz — Millersville University