Classes I am teaching - Spring 2018
(updated 01/08/18 for Spring '18)
This course will examine business in the global marketplace. It will examine the fundamentals of the free economic enterprise system and the social forces affecting it. This course will examine the fundamental concepts and skills needed to make a business enterprise successful; it will also involve understanding the universal skill employees need in order to help make a business competitive in today’s society. It will discuss the global dimension of business and how it is evolving in the 21st century.
(updated 01/08/18 for Spring '18)
A survey of the global marketing environment in terms of both business and consumer goods and services. Buying behavior and targeting markets are emphasized. The marketing mix, including product, promotion, price, and distribution, is featured through the use of experiential marketing applications. Assessment levels: ENGL 101/101A, READ 120. Three hours each week. Formerly MG 103. 3.000 Credit hours 3.000 Bill Hours
(updated 01/09/18 for Spring '18)
Other Classes I've Taught at Montgomery College
(updated 01/12/17 for Spring '17)
Introduces computer concepts and techniques applicable to various disciplines. This course covers the most widely used software packages while providing students hands-on experience with current computer applications. (CE) PREREQUISITE: A grade of C or better in MATH 080, appropriate score on the mathematics placement test, or consent of department. Also, CMAP 106 or knowledge of Windows is strongly recommended. Assessment levels: ENGL 101/101A, READ 120. Three hours each week. Formerly CA 120 3.000 Credit hours 3.000 Bill Hours
(updated 01/27/15 for Spring '15)
A survey of some of the predominant Web animation applications and technologies, such as Flash and ActionScript. This course begins with an overview of drawing and animation and concludes with an introduction to scripting for Web interactivity and game development. Other Web enhancement applications may be taught depending on changes in technology. PREREQUISITE: None, but previous computer experience strongly recommended. Assessment level: READ 120. Four hours each week. Formerly CA 125. 4.000 Credit hours 4.000 Bill Hours
(updated 01/27/15 fro Spring '15)
Provides instruction for creating, uploading, and maintaining professional-quality websites containing graphics, style sheets, mulitmedia, and other basic enhancements using hand-coded HTML as well as Adobe Dreamweaver's fundamental tools. Topics include website development and emerging Internet technologies and trends. PREREQUISITE: Any CMAP, CMSC, or GDES course that is two credits or more or consent of department. Assessment levels: ENGL 101/101A, READ 120. Four hours lecture/discussion each week. Formerly CA 272. 4.000 Credit hours 4.000 Bill Hours
(Scheduled & cancelled Fall 2010)
Intended for Flash content developers who want to improve their skills. This course explores ActionScript techniques for visual interactivity and computer gaming. PREREQUISITE: CA 125 or consent of department. Four hours each week.
(last taught Fall 2008)
An introduction to computers, operating systems, and Internet basics. Topics include file and hard drive management, customizing the Windows environment, transferring data between applications, installing and running hardware and software, utilizing e-mail, and effectively finding, using, and downloading information, software, and research materials from the Internet. Assessment levels: EL 103/EN 002, RD 099/103. Three hours lecture each week.
(Last taught Fall 2007)
his course is designed to introduce students to the Extensible Markup Language (XML). This introduction includes creating valid, well-formed XML documents, applying the Extensible Style Language (XSL), incorporating XLinks and XPointers, and using some of the current applications of XML. Topics include Document Type Definition (DTD) templates, Cascading Style Sheets, XSL-Transformation and XSL-Formatting Objects style sheets, the use of namespaces and applications of XML that are currently being used in the marketplace. Prerequisite: CA272 or consent of department. Three hours lecture/discussion each week. 3 semester hours
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