TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE DIVISION OF COMPUTER INFORMATION
SYSTEMS COURSE SYLLABUS COURSE NO: WEB 180 TITLE: Active Server
Michael R. Schore
Tech course schedules, class and section, for the actual
instructor) Office: PLM 360 Phone: (919)773-4756
To Be Announced
Textbook(s): Title: Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 in C#
2005 Author: Matthew
MacDonald ISBN: 1590595726 Publisher: Apress
Software used to complete
course will use the free version of the software available from Microso ft
at www.microsoft.com. Other required
equipment: You will
need a computer to do your development work on that is connected to the
Internet preferably via a highspeed connection. Credit Hours: Three (3) Semester Hours
115 and WEB 115 or CSC 160 Co-requisites: none
course introduces Active Server Programming. Topics include Jscript,
VBScript, HTML forms processing, and the Active Server Object Model. Upon
completion, students should be able to create and maintain Active Server
Introduce the student to the .NET framework
Develop basic ASP.NET web pages and applications using Microsoft
Develop data driven web pages and applications using ADO.NET
Introduce the student to using PHP to creating active server pages
Develop basic data driven pages using PHP and SQL Server
Course Objectives: Upon
successful completion, students will be able to demonstrate (through
completion of classwork and assignments):
Knowledge of the .NET Framework through the use of the C# language,
various data types, objects, and namespaces. This will be accomplished
using Visual Studio 2005.
Develop ASP.NET Applications that use basic web forms and controls,
validation controls, rich controls, state management, master pages and
themes, and website navigation.
Develop web pages that provide an interface to a SQL Server database
using ADO.NET which will require the use of data binding and data
Develop web pages that make use of files and streams to incorporate
XML documents and objects.
Develop basic interactive web pages using PHP.
Develop web pages that interface to a SQL Server database using
The Core Values of Wake Technical
Instructor and students will foster an
environment that is respectful of all.
Instructor and students will foster an
environment that promotes taking responsibility for one's actions
Instructor and students will strive to improve
the critical thinking skills of analysis, synthesis, and
Instructor and students will strive to ensure
that both written and oral communications are clearly
Instructor and students will strive to develop
Grading Is As
Exams must be taken on the assigned date; otherwise a grade of
zero will be assigned. Any exception to this policy must be the
result of a documented emergency or prior arrangement with the
instructor. There will be! no exceptions to this rule!! NO
EXCEPTIONS!! ALL MAKEUP EXAMS must be taken prior to the scheduled
exam date. This must be pre-arranged with the instructor. LAST
MINUTE arrangements are not acceptable.
Students will present topics of interest on a rotational basis
leading a discussion of current topics in Internet Security.
Assignments will be given on a regular basis.
You will be required to participate in the Discussion Board of
Blackboard by posting a minimum of two substantive posts per week of
the course. THIS REQUIREMENT IS NOT
Students are responsible for all of the information presented in the
Wake Technical Community College Student Handbook.
Please note that computers are to be used at all times for official
course purposes. Use of computers for general web
surfing, email, chat rooms, etc. is not allowed. Violation of this rule
will result in a grade deduction and possible loss of computer
The college forbids the use of audible electronic equipment (cell
phones, pagers, etc.) during instructional time.
If you miss a lecture or arrive late, you are responsible for the
material presented, handouts distributed, and any announcements made
that day. The instructor will not provide notes for missed classes.
Schedule Note: This schedule is subject to some changes/modifications per
Instructor -- This offered as only a study guide. The pace of each
class differs according to the instructional needs of the students
in the class. Always consult with your instructor. Note** A Final
Project may be assigned in lieu of a Final Exam.
Web Form Fundamentals
Validation and Rich Controls
Master Pages and Themes
Files and Streams
Basic PHP Web Pages
PHP Interaction with Databases
Creating Data-Driven Websites with PHP
Services is available for students who require academic
accommodations due to any physical, psychological, or learning
disability. To determine eligibility, contact the office at 108-S
Holding Hall or call 662-3405 (TDD 779-0668)
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