CSIS 209 C# Programming

Development of computer and programming skills using the C# language. Students will learn how to use C# to develop stand-alone applications in an IDE. Advanced concepts, such as database connectivity and web applications will also be examined. (Formerly BMIS 209)

For information regarding prerequisites for this course, please refer to the Academic Course Catalog.

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This is the first of three programming courses in the Application Development cognate of the CSIS program. It provides the foundational knowledge for subsequent Java classes by introducing object-oriented programming.

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Course Requirements Checklist

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Discussions (2)

Discussions are collaborative learning experiences. Therefore, the student will complete 2 Discussions for this course. The student will discuss the assigned reading material on Ethical Standards with fellow classmates in the Discussion. In order to receive full credit, the student must answer the question(s) for the assigned Module: Week and reply to at least 2 classmates’ threads.

Programming Assignments (8)

Each module’s assignment is designed to reinforce and measure understanding of the materials covered in the assigned readings. Programming assignments will be submitted via zipped solution files to the assignment page.

Quizzes (8)

Each module will include a 10-question quiz that covers the assigned reading material for that module. Quizzes will include a combination of multiple-choice and/or true/false questions that are open-book/open-notes; however, only 1 attempt is allowed per quiz. Each quiz has a 30-minute time limit and must be completed in one sitting.

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