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C S 1A OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING METHODOLOGIES IN JAVA5 Units
This course is a systematic introduction to fundamental concepts of computer science through the study of the Java programming language intended for Computer Science majors as well as non-majors and professionals seeking Java programming experience. Coding topics include Java control structures, classes, methods, arrays, graphical user interfaces and elementary data structures. Concept topics include algorithms, recursion, data abstraction, problem solving strategies, code style, documentation, debugging techniques and testing.
Advisory: Satisfactory score on the Mathematics Placement test or MATH 105 or 108.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Communication & Analytical Thinking
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 1B INTERMEDIATE SOFTWARE DESIGN IN JAVA5 Units
This course is a systematic treatment of intermediate concepts in computer science through the study of Java object-oriented programming (OOP) intended for Computer Science majors as well as non-majors and professionals seeking intermediate-level Java experience. Coding topics include Java interfaces, class extension, generics, the Java collections framework, multi-dimensional arrays and file I/O. Concept topics include OOP project design, inheritance, polymorphism, method chaining, functional programming, linked-lists, FIFOs, LIFOs, event-driven programming and guarded code.
Prerequisite: C S 1A.
Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Communication & Analytical Thinking
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 1C ADVANCED DATA STRUCTURES & ALGORITHMS IN JAVA5 Units
This course is a systematic treatment of advanced data structures, algorithm analysis and abstract data types in the Java programming language intended for Computer Science majors as well as non-majors and professionals seeking advanced Java experience. Coding topics include the development of ADTs from scratch, building ADTs on top of the java.util collections, array lists, linked lists, trees, maps, hashing functions and graphs. Concept topics include searching, big-O time complexity, analysis of all major sorting techniques, top down splaying, AVL tree balancing, shortest path algorithms, minimum spanning trees and maximum flow graphs.
Prerequisite: C S 1B.
Advisory: ENGL 1A or ESLL 26.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Communication & Analytical Thinking
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 1M INTERMEDIATE ALGORITHM & DATA STRUCTURE METHODOLOGIES IN JAVA5 Units
This course is a systematic treatment of intermediate data structures, algorithm analysis and abstract data types in the Java programming language intended for Computer Science transfer majors. Coding topics include large program software engineering design, multi-dimensional arrays, string processing, primitives, compound types, and allocation of instance and static data. Concept topics include dynamic memory, inheritance, polymorphism, hierarchies, recursion, linked-lists, stacks, queues, trees and hash tables.
Prerequisite: C S 1A
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area:
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 2A OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING METHODOLOGIES IN C++5 Units
This course is a systematic introduction to fundamental concepts of computer science through the study of the C++ programming language intended for Computer Science majors as well as non-majors and professionals seeking C++ programming experience. Coding topics include C++ control structures, objects, global-scope functions, class methods, arrays and elementary data structures. Concept topics include algorithms, recursion, data abstraction, problem solving strategies, code style, documentation, debugging techniques and testing.
Advisory: Satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test or MATH 105 or 108.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Communication & Analytical Thinking
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 2B INTERMEDIATE SOFTWARE DESIGN IN C++5 Units
This course is a systematic treatment of intermediate concepts in computer science through the study of C++ object-oriented programming (OOP) intended for Computer Science majors as well as non-majors and professionals seeking intermediate-level C++ experience. Coding topics include C++ derived classes, class templates, function templates, virtual functions, operator overloading, an introduction to the Standard Template Library, multiple inheritance, pointers, dynamic memory allocation and file I/O. Concept topics include OOP project design, inheritance, polymorphism, method chaining, functional programming, linked-lists, FIFOs, LIFOs, events in GUIs and guarded code.
Prerequisite: C S 2A.
Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Communication & Analytical Thinking
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 2C ADVANCED DATA STRUCTURES & ALGORITHMS IN C++5 Units
This course is a systematic treatment of advanced data structures, algorithm analysis and abstract data types in the C++ programming language intended for Computer Science majors as well as non-majors and professionals seeking advanced C++ experience. Coding topics include the development of ADTs from scratch, building ADTs on top of the STL templates, vectors, lists, trees, maps, hashing functions and graphs. Concept topics include searching, big-O time complexity, analysis of all major sorting techniques, top down splaying, AVL tree balancing, shortest path algorithms, minimum spanning trees and maximum flow graphs.
Prerequisite: C S 2B.
Advisory: ENGL 1A or ESLL 26.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Communication & Analytical Thinking
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 10 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE & ORGANIZATION5 Units
The course covers the organization, architecture and machine-level programming of computer systems. Topics include mapping of high-level language constructs into assembly code, internal data representations, numerical computation, virtual memory, pipelines, caching, multitasking, MIPS architecture, MIPA assembly language code, interrupts, input/output, peripheral storage processing, and comparison of CISC (Intel) and RISC (MIPS) instruction sets.
Prerequisite: C S 1A or 2A.
Advisory: C S 1C or 2C.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 18 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS5 Units
Formerly: CIS 18
Discrete mathematics: set theory, logic, Boolean algebra, methods of proof, mathematical induction, number theory, discrete probability, combinatorics, functions, relations, recursion, algorithm efficiencies, graphs, trees.
Prerequisite: C S 1A; satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test or MATH 49 or 48C.
Advisory: Eligibility for ENGL 1A or ESLL 26; not open to students with credit in CIS 18 or MATH 22.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
5 hours lecture. (60 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 20A PROGRAMMING IN C#5 Units
This course is an introduction to the C# programming language and the .NET platform. It is intended for Computer Science majors as well as non-majors and professionals seeking C# programming experience. Topics include object oriented programming, graphical user interfaces, elementary data structures, algorithms, recursion, data abstraction, code style, documentation, debugging techniques and testing.
Advisory: C S 1A or 2A or equivalent.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 21A PROGRAMMING IN PYTHON5 Units
This course introduces students to the Python language and environment. It is intended for CS majors as well as non-majors and professionals seeking Python programming experience. Covers topics including object oriented programming, elementary data structures, modules, algorithms, recursion, data abstraction, code style, documentation, debugging techniques and testing.
Advisory: C S 1A and 2A or equivalent.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 22A JAVASCRIPT FOR PROGRAMMERS5 Units
This course is an introduction to object oriented programming in JavaScript. Topics include: client and server side programming, Model/View/Controller architecture, current tools and testing methods, interaction with HTML and CSS, Document Object Model, XML and JSON. Students will have practice writing programs for mobile web browsers and creating dynamic web pages including animation.
Advisory: C S 1A or 2A or equivalent; knowledge of HTML and CSS.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 30A INTRODUCTION TO LINUX & UNIX5 Units
An introduction to the Linux and UNIX operating systems primarily focused on command line usage. Covers the history, kernel, file systems, shells and user utilities. Also introduces students to the fundamentals of shell programming, processes, communications, and basic security.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 30B LINUX & UNIX SHELL PROGRAMMING5 Units
This course teaches Linux shell script programming using the Bourne Again shell programming language (bash) and UNIX utilities to create practical shell scripts. Topics covered include customizing the environment, running and writing scripts, variables, loops, functions, text processing and debugging.
Prerequisite: C S 30A or equivalent.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 30C LINUX & UNIX SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION5 Units
Introduction to basic system administration of Linux and UNIX systems. Overview of basic PC hardware, system boot process, administration utilities, and management of user accounts, file systems, basic networking, printing, security, accounting and logging. Software install and removal using source code and package managers. Kernel updating and boot managers
Advisory: C S 30A and 30B.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 31A INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS5 Units
This course covers database design and use of database management systems for applications. Topics include database architecture, comparison to file-based systems, historical data models, conceptual model; integrity constraints and triggers; functional dependencies and normal forms; relational model, algebra, database processing and Structured Query Language (SQL), database access from Applications-Embedded SQL, JDBC,Cursors, Dynamic SQL, Stored Procedures. Emerging trends will be studied, such as NoSQL databases, Internet & Databases and On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP). A team project that builds a database application for a real-world scenario is an important element of the course.
Advisory: C S 1A or C S 2A or equivalent.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 40A SOFTWARE ENGINEERING METHODOLOGIES5 Units
This is a collaboration-oriented course that trains students in the techniques currently used by software engineers to develop reliable products in an efficient manner. The course emphasizes Agile methods and a variety of tools used during the software development lifecycle.
Advisory: C S 1B or C S 2B.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 49 FOUNDATIONS OF COMPUTER PROGRAMMING2.5 Units
This course is an introduction to basic computer programming concepts using an object-oriented language. It is intended for students who may wish to take C S 1A or C S 2A, but would like a more gradual entry to computing foundations prior to taking those faster-paced courses. Coding topics include hands-on practice with software engineering tools, simple programs, variables, control structures, functions, and input /output. Concept topics include the comprehension of specifications, adherence to style guidelines, and the importance of testing to ensure that programs are usable, robust and modifiable.
Advisory: Satisfactory score on the mathematics placement test or MATH 105 or 108; concurrent enrollment in ESLL 25 or ENGL 209.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
2 hours lecture, 2 hours laboratory. (48 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU and UC
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 50A NETWORK FUNDAMENTALS (CCNA)5 Units
This course uses the OSI and TCP/IP network protocol models to explain the communications in data networks. Students will learn the fundamentals of IPv4 addressing to allow them to design network address spaces, calculate network and host addresses, and apply subnet masks. Topics covered include basic cabling,encoding signals on the media, network designs to interconnect devices, the use CLI commands to perform basic router and switch configuration and verification, analysis of the operations and features of the application, transport and network layer protocols and services. This course helps prepare the student for the Cisco CCNA certification.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 50B IP ROUTING PROTOCOL FUNDAMENTALS (CCNA)5 Units
This course introduces routing and routing protocols in an IPv4 network. It includes the fundamentals of classfull and classless routing and routing protocols. The student learns the details of distance vector and link state routing protocols. RIP, EIGRP, and OSPF protocols are taught by both lecture and laboratory exercises. This course helps prepare the student for the Cisco CCNA certification.
Advisory: C S 50A.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 50C THE LOCAL AREA NETWORK: ETHERNET & WIRELESS NETWORKS5 Units
This course introduces the design, configuration, deployment, analysis and troubleshooting of local area networks. The student is taught the fundamentals of ethernet switches, Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs), the VLAN Trucnking Protcol (VTP), the Spanning Tree Protocol (STP and RSTP) and Inter-VLAN Routing. The student learns the details of the configuration these functions and operation of the protocols. Each of these concepts and protocols is taught by lecture and illustrated by performing laboratory exercises. This course helps prepare the student for the Cisco CCNA certification.
Advisory: C S 50A.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 50D INTRODUCTION TO WIDE AREA NETWORKS, NETWORK SECURITY & IP ADDRESSING SERVICES5 Units
This course introduces Wide Area Network technologies and protocols, Network Security, and IP Addressing Services. It provides both lecture and laboratory practice in a variety of areas including PPP and Frame Relay, Access Control Lists, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, DHCP, Network Address Translation(NAT)and Network Troubleshooting. This course helps prepare the student for the Cisco CCNA certification.
Advisory: C S 50A, 50B and 50C.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 50E INTRODUCTION TO IP NETWORK SECURITY5 Units
The course provides a next step for students who want to enhance their CCNA-level skill set and help meet the growing demand for network security professionals. The course provides an introduction to the core security concepts and skills needed for the installation, troubleshooting, and monitoring of network devices to maintain the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of data and devices. This course helps prepare students for entry-level security career opportunities and the globally recognized Cisco CCNA Security certification.
Advisory: C S 50A, 50B, 50C and 50D or equivalent knowledge and skills.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 52A ADVANCED IP ROUTING PROTOCOLS & SERVICES (CCNP)5 Units
The ROUTE course is designed to help students advance their knowledge and skills and work independently on complex network solutions. Students will learn to plan, configure and verify the implementation of secure enterprise LAN and WAN routing solutions using a range of routing protocols. Course also teaches the configuration of solutions to support branch offices and mobile workers. This course uses the official Cisco Academy CCNP ROUTE curriculum and is designed to provide preparation for the CCNP ROUTE certification exam.
Advisory: C S 50B or equivalent experience.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 52B ADVANCED SWITCHING & CAMPUS LAN DESIGN (CCNP)5 Units
The course will provide the student with knowledge and skills necessary to to plan, configure and verify the implementation of complex enterprise switching solutions using Cisco's Campus Enterprise Architecture. The course also teaches the secure integration of VLANs, WLANs, voice and video into campus networks. The material is presented in a lecture and discussion format supplemented by comprehensive laboratory exercises. This course uses the official Cisco Academy CCNP SWITCH curriculum and is designed to provide preparation for the CCNP SWITCH certification exam.
Advisory: C S 50C or equivalent experience.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 52C ADVANCED NETWORK TROUBLESHOOTING (CCNP)5 Units
This course will provide the student the knowledge and teach the skills necessary to (1) plan and perform regular maintenance on complex enterprise routed and switched networks and (2) use technology-based practices and a systematic ITIL-compliant approach to perform network troubleshooting. This course uses the official Cisco Academy CCNP TSHOOT curriculum and is designed to provide preparation for the CCNP ROUTE certification exam.
Advisory: C S 52A, 52B or equivalent experience.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 54A STORAGE AREA NETWORKS5 Units
This course provides students a broad and in-depth knowledge of Storage and Storage networking concepts, applications, and technologies. Storage Fundamentals including storage attachment architectures, the SCSI protocol, disk and tape drive concepts, RAID and JBOD, IP-based SANs, and Storage Networking Issues. We also discuss the applications driving SAN adoption. This course is offered as part of the EMC Academic Alliance Program by an EMC trained instructor. This course also prepares students for the Information Storage and Management certification exam (E20-001). Students who pass the exam receive the Information Storage Associate (EMCISA) credential.
Advisory: C S 50A, 50B, and 50C.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 54B VMWARE VSPHERE INSTALL, CONFIGURE & MANAGE5 Units
This course covers all aspects of server virtualization and draws its' examples from VMware vSphere. This hands-on training course explores installation, configuration, and management of VMware vSphere¬Ć, which consists of VMware ESXi‚—˘ and VMware vCenter Server‚—˘. The course is based on ESXi and vCenter Server. Completion of this course satisfies the prerequisite for taking the VMware¬Ć Certified Professional exam. Course is taught by a VMware certified instructor.
Advisory: C S 50A, 50B, 50C, 54A.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 54C VMWARE VIEW5 Units
This hands-on training course builds your skills in the VMware View suite: VMware View Manager, VMware View Composer,and VMware ThinApp. The course provides applications oriented administrators with the knowledge and skills to virtualize Windows applications with ThinApp and to choose the best deployment and updating processes for their environment. The course also presents a methodology for analyzing and designing a View solution for the VMware vSphere infrastructure.
Advisory: C S 54A, 54B.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 56A ENTERPRISE WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORKS5 Units
This course provides students a broad and in-depth knowledge of Enterprise Wireless LAN Administration. This course provides the student with a complete foundation of knowledge for entering into or advancing in the wireless networking industry. From basic RF theory to 802.11 frame exchange processes, this course delivers hands-on training that will benefit the novice as well as the experienced network professional. It provides preparation for the CWNA Certification examination.
Advisory: C S 50A.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 60A INSTALLING & CONFIGURING WINDOWS SERVER 20125 Units
This is an introduction to installing, configuring and troubleshooting Windows Server 2012 in an enterprise. It provides both lecture and laboratory exercises to enable the student to (1) plan and build a scalable Active Directory infrastructure, (2) Configure folder security, file filtering and disaster recovery backups, (3) Administer and maintain servers with graphical and PowerShell tools, (4) Set up servers with Group Policies and delegate administrative tasks, and (5)Virtualize servers with Hyper-V and build fault tolerant replica servers.
Advisory: C S 50A.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 60B ADMINISTERING WINDOWS SERVER 20125 Units
This course provides an introduction to administering Windows Server 2012 in an enterprise. It provides both lecture and laboratory exercises to enable the student to (1) Deploy, Manage, and Maintain Servers, (2) Configure File and Print Services, (3) Configure Network Services and Access (4) Configure a Network Policy Server Infrastructure, and (5) Configure and Manage Group Policy.
Advisory: C S 60A
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 60C CONFIGURING ADVANCED WINDOWS SERVER 2012 SERVICES5 Units
This course provides an introduction to configuring advanced services on Windows Server 2012. It provides both lecture and laboratory exercises to enable the student to (1) Deploy, Manage, and Maintain Servers, (2) Configure File and Print Services, (3) Configure Network Services and Access, (4) Configure a Network Policy Server Infrastructure, and (5) Configure and Manage Group Policy.
Advisory: C S 60A, 60B.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 61A WINDOWS 8 CONFIGURATION5 Units
This course provides an introduction to configuring and troubleshooting Windows8 in an enterprise. It provides both lecture and laboratory exercises to enable the student to (1) Plan and perform the installation of Windows 8, (2) Install Windows 8 on computers that are running an existing operating system , (3) Configure disks, partitions, volumes, and device drivers in a Windows 8 system and configure network connectivity, (4) Implement Windows 8 technologies to desktops and network connections (5) Share files and printers, (6) Optimize and maintain Windows 8 based computers (7) Configure mobile computer settings and to enable remote access, (8) Create and configure virtual machines in Hyper-V for Windows 8 and describe how to use it to support legacy applications.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 63A DEVELOPING APPLICATIONS FOR IOS5 Units
An introduction to programming the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Covers Objective-C, Cocoa Touch, and the Model/View/Controller architecture. Students will develop useful applications that include common user interface elements, web services, the device's GPS and camera.
Advisory: C S 1B or 2B.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 64A WRITING APPS FOR THE ANDROID IN JAVA5 Units
This course is an introduction to mobile apps programming in Java for the Android, intended for CS majors as well as non-majors and professionals seeking mobile apps experience. Coding topics include the Android SDK for Eclipse, the ADT Plugin, XML fundamentals and a survey of API methods and objects used to control the Android user interface. Concept topics include layouts, activity lifecycles, runtime binding, intents, location awareness, audio, video, OpenGL ES, and monetizing apps.
Advisory: C S 1B or 2B.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 80A OPEN SOURCE CONTRIBUTION5 Units
This course is an introduction to the tools for, and culture of, contributing to open source software projects. Tool-based topics include Git repositories, pull requests, forks, logs, merges, tagging, rebasing and server configuration . Concept topics include commit guidelines, branching workflows, small-team vs. large-team workflows, project maintenance, iterative staging, selecting viable source communities, joining public projects, setting up accurate dev environments, testing and prepping patch merges, and becoming a committer.
Advisory: 15 units of Computer Science core courses and C S 40A.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 81A 3-D GRAPHICS PROGRAMMING5 Units
This course is an introduction to 3-D graphics programming using OpenGL, intended for CS majors as well as non-majors interested in gaining 3-D expertise for games, scientific visualization, desktop and mobile apps. Coding topics include a systematic study of the OpenGL API in conjunction with any of these programming languages: Java, C++, C# or Objective C (student's choice). Concept topics include viewports, graphics primitives, 3-D motion matrices, normal vectors, shaders, fragment and pixel buffers, light simulation, polygons, virtual cameras, image pipelines, texture mapping and alpha blending.
Advisory: C S 1B or 2B or 20A or 23A.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 82A INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE QUALITY ASSURANCE5 Units
This course introduces Software Quality Assurance principles, techniques, processes and tools. A team project takes students through the planning and implementation of the test and release of a software product using a current toolset.
Advisory: Knowledge of an object-oriented programming language.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
4 hours lecture, 3 hours laboratory. (84 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 
C S 83A INTRODUCTION TO QUANTUM COMPUTING5 Units
This course is an introduction to the theoretical, algorithmic and commercial aspects quantum computing. Topics include quantum algorithms, quantum error correction, quantum cryptography, how quantum computers can break certain public key cryptosystems, the engineering challenges in building a physical quantum computing device, and the level of security assured by quantum crytopgraphic devices. Prior knowledge of quantum theory is not necessary.
Advisory: C S 1C or 2C and PHYS 4C and MATH 2B.
Repeatability: Not Repeatable.
5 hours lecture. (60 hours total per quarter.)
GE Area: Non-GE Applicable
Transferability: CSU
Not scheduled for the Winter quarter.
 


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