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New Class Offerings - Spring 2005

ATH 103 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, 3 credits - This class will have a special focus on Polynesian culture and will integrate cutting edge pedagogic techniques.  There will be exciting hands-on activities along with riveting videos.  The world of cultural body art will also be explored.  Also available: Optional NO HOST Group Field Trip to Polynesian Cultural Center in Oahu, Hawaii.

Meets Thursdays, 6:00-8:50pm, The Dalles Campus, Building 1, Room 1.354.

CIS 133B Introduction to Visual Basic.NET Programming, 4 credits - VB.NET is the latest generation of Visual Basic language used by millions of software developers.  It is the tool used to develop Internet based applications.  These applications will look like typical Windows applications and allows users on the Internet to run applications without having to install them on their computers.  Examples of Internet Applications:

  • Online shopping carts
  • Online Calories counter
  • Online Customer's payment centers
  • Online Banking statements
  • Online interfaces to databases

Meets Mondays & Wednesdays, 12:00-2:50pm, Hood River Center, Room 310.

CIS 275 Data Modeling & SQL Introduction, 4 credits - When you do a search on the Internet, you are requesting for the search engines (Google, Yahoo, MSN, Alta Vista, etc.) to perform a Query.  To understand the complexity of such a search involves advance statistical knowledge.  However, it begins with SQL.  What is SQL?  Structured Query Language is used to create relational databases and manipulate the data in them.  Queries, inserts, and updates can not be performed unless tables are defined.  Defining tables is data modeling.  Data Modeling is the most important activity in the Relational Data Base Management System.  When data modeling, you are telling the RDBMS:

  • What elements of the data you will store
  • How large each element can be
  • What kind of information each element can contain
  • What elements may be left blank
  • Which elements are constrained to a fixed range
  • Whether and how various tables are to be linked

Meets Mondays & Wednesdays, 3:00-5:50pm, Hood River Center, Room 310.

PE 199 Ultimate Frisbee, 1 credit or non-credit - Ultimate Frisbee is a fun, fast paced game where sportsmanship and the spirit of the game are the goal.  Play is based on the premises of football, soccer and basketball.  Includes a weekly pick up game.  All levels welcome.

Meets Thursdays, 6:00-8:50pm, The Dalles Campus, Soccer Field.

Contact Students Services at 541-298-3112 or 541-386-3510 for more information or to register for any of these classes.

 

 

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