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Number:CS217
Name:Visual Basic Programming
Description:Students are introduced to the implementation of structured programming techniques. Visual Basic provides a foundation for various data types, structures, methods, and storage for various types of web-based, cloud-based, and client/server-based applications.
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s):
A 100-level computer course or permission of instructor

Course Objectives

After completing this course, students will: Understand the structure of Visual Basic programs. Be able to design well-structured programs using flow charts and pseudocode. Demonstrate an understanding and use of the Visual Basic 2008 development environment and tools. Demonstrate an understanding of program components, structure, and flow. Demonstrate an understanding of variables, strings, loops, and conditional statements ?Demonstrate an understanding of sub procedures and functions. Demonstrate an understanding of forms, modules and menus. Demonstrate an understanding of arrays, timers, and GUI design. Demonstrate an understanding of files, printing, structures, and databases

Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher
S 2012 PROGRAMMING IN VISUAL BAS 0-07-351725-9 BRADLEY MCGRAW-HILL
S 2011 PROGRAMMING IN VISUAL BAS 0-07-351725-9 BRADLEY MCGRAW-HILL
S 2011 Programming in Visual Basic 2010 9780073517254 Julia Case Bradley Mcgraw-Hill
F 2008 COBOL: FROM MICRO TO MAIN 0-13-085849-8 GRAUER 3 PEARSON EDUCATION
S 2008 COBOL: FROM MICRO TO MAIN GRAUER 3 PH
F 2005 COBOL:FROM MICRO TO MAINFRAME...-W/CD GRAUER 3RD 00
S 2003 COBOL From Micro to Mainframe, Fujitsu version 0-13-085849-8 Grauer 3 Prentice Hall
S 2002 Simplified COBOL 0130264199 Wilborn 1 Prentice Hall
S 2000 Cobol Programmer's Notebook 0-13-977414-9 Keogh PH
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