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Clifton Quinn
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Email: clifton.quinn@gcccd.edu
Phone: (619) 644-7485
Fax: (619) 644-7922 (please include a cover sheet, as this is a shared machine)

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Computer Science and Information Systems

Which CSIS courses are offered in the fall semester?

Which are offered in spring?

 

The table below explains which CSIS courses are offered in spring semester, fall semester or both. 


Area of Emphasis - Computer Programming

Courses

Offered in...

CSIS 112 – Windows Operating Systems Fall and Spring
CSIS 113 – Introduction to UNIX Fall and Spring
CSIS 119 – Intro to Computer Programming Fall and Spring
CSIS 165 - Assembly Language / Machine Architecture Spring Only
CSIS 281 – Directed Work Experience in CSIS Fall Only
CSIS 290 – Intro to C# Programming Spring Only
CSIS 291 - Intermediate C# Programming Spring Only
CSIS 293 – Intro to Java Programming Fall and Spring
CSIS 294 – Intermediate Java Programming Fall and Spring
CSIS 296 – Intro to C++ Programming Fall and Spring
CSIS 297 – Intermediate C++ Programming Spring Only

Area of Emphasis - Local Area Network (LAN) Support Specialist

Courses

Offered in...

CSIS 110 – Principles/Information Systems Fall and Spring
CSIS 112 – Windows Operating Systems Fall and Spring
CSIS 113 – Introduction to Linux Fall and Spring
CSIS 114 – Small Computer Systems Fall and Spring
CSIS 119 – Intro to Computer Programming Fall and Spring
CSIS 140 – Intro to LAN Management Spring Only
CSIS 142 – Intro to Networking Fall and Spring
CSIS 143 – Intro to Local Area Networks Fall and Spring
CSIS 144 – Wide Area Networks Fall Only
CSIS 145 – Intro to TCP/IP Fall Only
CSIS 281 – Directed Work Experience in CSIS Fall Only

Area of Emphasis - Web Design

Courses

Offered in...

CSIS 110 – Principles/Information Systems Fall and Spring
CSIS 112 – Windows Operating Systems Fall and Spring
CSIS 132 – Introduction to Web Development Fall and Spring
CSIS 135 – Javascript Programming Fall Only
CSIS 151 – Intro to Photoshop Fall and Spring
CSIS 293 – Intro to Java Programming Fall and Spring

Other CSIS Courses

Courses

Offered in...

CSIS 105 – Intro to Computing Fall and Spring
CSIS 160 – Intro/Video Game Development Fall and Spring
CSIS 172 – Intro Microcomputer Applications Fall and Spring




Spring 2017

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Microsoft Office Basics?

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CSIS 105, section 0118

CSIS 105 is an introductory course for students with entry level computer skills and for those who want to upgrade their skills for school, career and personal enrichment. Curriculum includes hands-on instruction in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint 2010. Skills covered include file management, how to create research papers, professional memos and letters, flyers, spreadsheets, charts, databases, and professional PowerPoint presentations. Computer concepts topics include Internet, email, and e-commerce; multimedia; ethics and computer security; issues in buying a new computer; new and emerging technologies. This course satisfies prerequisite requirements for CSIS 110 (Principles/Information Systems), CSIS 160 (Introduction to Video Gaming) and most other CSIS courses.

MS Office 2013?

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CSIS 110, many sections available - see class schedule

Intro to Web Development?

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CSIS 132, section 6850

Intro to Networking?

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CSIS 142, section 6854

Intro to Local Area Networks?

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CSIS 143, section 6855

Photoshop Creative Cloud?

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CSIS 151, section 1336

In CSIS 151 you will learn Photoshop by completing amazing tutorials. You’ll be creating images on the first day! Unlike web-only courses, you will receive in-person one-on-one help when needed to answer your specific questions. This course is not about memorizing steps but instead it’s about understanding how Photoshop really works. After taking this course you will understand why you're doing what you're doing so you can take that knowledge and apply it to your own Photoshop creations. You will be able to print your images or put them up on the web. Regardless of your career choice, working with digital images is a fun and rewarding skill to have!

Video Game Development?

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CSIS 160, section 6863

Intro Game Development (CSIS-160) is a hands-on 3D Video game development class. Students begin game development process by completing game pre-production, creating game proposals, game flow charting, storyboards, game schematics, dialogue, create concept game character art, select game music, and final game design documents. Students will create games and game assets using a variety of development tools. Using 3D Max animation software, student will be introduced to basic 3D game animation and 3D game object creation. Basic intro to 3D game objects using Unity Pro software; usage and keyboard control of game assets. Create a final pre-production game project and complete a basic 2D game.

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CSIS 276, section 0119

Introduction to Computer Programming?

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CSIS 119, section 0112, 0134, 0403, 1119, 5836, or 6837

Assembly Language / Machine Architecture?

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CSIS 165, section 0405

Intro to C# Programming?

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CSIS 290, section 6707

Intro to Java Programming?

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CSIS 293, section 0406, 0116, 6501,  6875, 6876 or 9240

Intermediate Java Programming?

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CSIS 294, section 0117 or 4013

Android App Development with Java?

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CSIS 295, section 0487

Intro to C++ Programming?

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CSIS 296, section 0407, 6502  or 6877

Intermediate C++ Programming?

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CSIS 297, section 6878 or 0505

Windows Operating Systems?

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CSIS 112, section 1216,  or 6831

Intro to Linux?

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CSIS 113, section 6833

Introduction to Linux (CSIS 113) - Get started working towards the Linux+ industry certification. Novell SUSE Linux is rapidly gaining in global popularity, particularly for Internet servers. Learn the basics of how to use this operating system that is being chosen for mission-critical workloads due to its great security features and reliability.

Small Computer Systems?

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CSIS 114, section 6834

Small Computer Systems (CSIS 114) - This course is designed for anyone who will be selecting and maintaining small computer(s) for business or personal use.  Topics include an overview of industry trends; performance vs. cost, peripheral devices, methods of determining current/future needs, acquisition of appropriate computer equipment, application software and operating systems. Hands-on hardware assembly/disassembly. Common networking concepts. Exposure to A+ hardware and O/S certification, A+ test taking techniques, and sample questions will be included. For more information on the course, contact the Instructor: James.Waters@gcccd.edu.


Want to know more about the IS major at San Diego State University and opportunities in the field of Information Systems? Drop by the SDSU IS Major web site On the site you can read an overview of the IS major, see job projections and a salary survey for IS majors and read recent alumni.

Career Links

About This Link

Information Week

This provides a broad spectrum of information about IT jobs, in magazine format. Follow the link labeled 'Career Development'.

Computer.org

This is a well-known computer professional association (the IEEE Computer Society) Web site with a career section.

Monster.com

This is the largest job search engine on the internet. It has lots of job search aids, such as resume writing, career preparation and listings of jobs.

Craig's List:

Craig's list has computer-related job openings listed in a variety of categories. These are some of the San Diego area listings

Headhunter.com

This is the second largest job search engine on the internet. It has attributes similar to monster.com.

TheBrain.com

This is a fine search engine which provides billions of access points to information about opportunities in computing, as well as other areas.

California Employment Development Department

This is the official Web site of the Employment Development Department for the state. It has information about available jobs, as well as how to get them.

Association for Computing Machinery

The world's first educational and scientific computing society, with membership including over 80,000 computing professionals and students world-wide.




Last Updated: 01/19/2017
Mailing Address:
CSIS Department Grossmont College
8800 Grossmont College Dr.
El Cajon, CA 92020

The college main number is (619) 465-1700

FAX: (619) 644-7922 (please include a cover sheet, as this is a shared machine)

Grades and enrollment information may be obtained through the College Connection at (619) 668-4040

Contact

Clifton Quinn
Department Chair
Email: clifton.quinn@gcccd.edu
Phone: (619) 644-7485
Fax: (619) 644-7922 (please include a cover sheet, as this is a shared machine)

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