Course Information

Intro to Computer Applications and the Internet (CSIS 1000)

This course is designed to explore concepts of microcomputer systems. Concepts include: windows and general information, word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentations, and the Internet. Students will gain proficiency with the basic command structures of each application in an integrated office suite. The course fulfills general education--computer literacy requirement. Recommend speed of at least 25 wpm.

The assignments and other course related information can be found on SUU's Canvas website.

Fundamentals of Programming (CSIS 1400)

An introduction to computer programming. Topics to be covered include: program design, program implementation techniques, programming constructs, console output, class design, and basic familiarity with the API. Emphasis is placed on modifying and developing simple applications.

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Object Oriented Programming (CSIS 1410)

A continuation of CSIS 1400 featuring the use of APIs and problem solving strategies to create, test and debug interactive object oriented programs. Topics to be covered include recursion, exception handling, reusability, and program design.

The assignments and other course related information can be found on SUU's Canvas website.

Web Development (CSIS 2000)

This course is designed to help students develop web pages using HTML and other web page authoring software programs. Students will create several web pages and publish them to a web server. Some advance web development features will be introduced.

The assignments and other course related information can be found on SUU's Canvas website.

Computer Forensics (CSIS 3700)

This course covers the process of obtaining and analyzing digital information stored on a personal computer. Includes: investigation, data acquisition, file systems, file analysis, tools, and ethics.

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Internet Forensics and Cyber Security (CSIS 4700)

This course covers the concepts of computer system security models, networking security, and the layered protocol architectures, detection and prevention of intrusion and attack, digital evidence collection and evaluation, and the legal issues involved in computer forensic analysis.

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Overview of Forensic Computer Analysis (MSFS 6050)

This course introduces students to fundamental computer forensic techniques and procedures with study of the general process for detection, apprehension, and prosecution of cyber-security violators and cyber criminals. Topics include computer forensic procedures, computer forensic tools, file systems, file types, password cracking, steganography, and recovery of deleted files.

The assignments and other course related information can be found on SUU's Canvas website.

Bioinformatics (CSIS 3994)