Here’s my schedule for Spring 2019…
Our Summer I semester starts next week here at Lone Star College – University Park. I’m super excited to be teaching Beginning Web Programming (ITSE 1311) again this semester. For those who are pursuing (or interested in) our Computer Programming Specialist AAS degree at Lone Star College, ITSE 1311 does count as one of your required programming language electives.
Here’s my syllabus if you would like to learn more!
We kick off a 2-week SEO class tonight at the Montgomery Campus.
We meet two Wednesdays – the 17th and the 24th from 6-10 pm in at the Montgomery campus. Our classroom will be in the University Center, room 307. (map)
This course is offered as part of our Web Developer track. Register now and come join us!
We kickoff a 2-week SEO class tonight at the Montgomery Campus. This course is offered as part of our Web Developer track. Interested? Register now and come join us!
Spring classes start next week and I will be teaching several sections of COSC 1301 (Intro to Computers) and ITSE 1302 (Computer Programming). ?Here are your quick links to the related syllabi documents:
I’m really looking forward to this Fall semester at Lone Star College and one of the big reasons for this is that I am teaching a new course: ?ITSE 1302 (Computer Programming). ?I’ve taught other programming classes but this is the first time I’ve taught one as a 16 week offering on the Credit side of the college.
The course introduces the student to the fundamentals of problem solving, algorithms, programming logic and structures. ?Towards the end of the course, we will use Python as our programming language which I’m excited about!
For those who are looking to get a head start, here’s the COSC 1301 Summer 2015 Syllabus for my Summer I COSC 1301 class.
Summer I classes start in just a few days. ?I’m giving?our?syllabus for COSC1301 one last review. ?I will?have that?ready for you by?tomorrow (Friday, 5/29). ?You will be able to access that document here or from from the myLoneStar course details page.
I know many students are looking for the right textbook to purchase. ?As?we are using an “online textbook”, you don’t have to purchase that before coming to class (or prior to our start date for online students). ?In fact,?each student is allowed a 2 week evaluation period for the online text so I recommend the students give that a try first.
I will provide you with the instructions you need to access and register for the?online textbook and lab system that we will be using this summer.
If you are still have a question, please contact me and I will be happy to help however I can.
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