Web and Internet Programming IT350

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IT350 Why join?

Interested in advancing your programming skills by designing interactive web pages using HTML5, CSS, Javascript, Dynamic HTML, CGI, and PHP? Primarily offered to Information Technology and Computer Science majors, IT350 is available to any midshipman with programming experience interested in learning to create web pages. IT350 is a graduation requirement for Information Technology majors.

IT350 Course Goals

After the course, you should be able to design effective ways in which to portray complex information and enable users to interact with backend servers via the web. The course has weekly labs and random quizzes. There will be three exams and one large group project, culminating in a presentation at the end of the semester. Take a look at the course policy to understand grading at the end of each grading period (6wk, 12wk, and the final).

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Course Instructors

LT Andrew Pfau

Phone: 3-6803
Email: pfau at usna dot edu
Office: HP443
Office Hours: Email to make an online appointment.

Assoc Prof Nate Chambers

Email: nchamber at usna dot edu
Office: HP442
Office Hours: Email to make an online appointment.

For problems with this page, contact LT Andrew Pfau

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