Information Technology: End-User Support B.Tech.
Course DescriptionVisual Languages & Devel Tools
Lecture and hands-on instruction in visual programming which is commonly defined as the visual expressions including drawings, animation, or icons that are directly manipulated by the user in an interactive way. Object oriented and event driven programming, that include forms, controls, properties and solutions to application problems encountered in the typical business organization. Prerequisite: CITA 140 (with a C or better), or equivalent, or permission of the instructor. 3 credits (2 lecture hours, 2 laboratory hours), fall semester