CIS 156 : Visual Basic

This course will cover object-oriented Visual Basic. The student is taught to analyze a programming problem, design a logical solution, and write and execute the program using Visual Basic. The course will emphasize the strengths of Visual Basic and its wide variety of uses as well as covering a wide range of programming applications. Three class hours a week. Instructional Support Fee applies. Competency met: Critical Analysis (1.0), Technical Literacy (8.0). 3 credits Spring
Students who successfully complete Visual Basic will be able to:
  1. Work within a basic object oriented programming environment as implemented in the latest version of Visual Basic
  2. Work effectively in the Visual Studio environment
  3. Implement logic and design concepts to develop a computerized solution to a posed problem.
  4. Design, write, execute and debug programs using Visual Basic.
  5. Write Visual Basic programs that access and maintain data in a relational database

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