CSET - COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

CSET - 1200   GUI PROGRAMMING AND VISUAL BASIC
[3 hours]  Introduction to Windows-based programming for engineering technology applications. Topics include Windows Application Program Interface (API), message processing, Windows Procedures, using Windows resources, modal and modeless dialog boxes, and the graphics Device Interface. Prerequisite: ENGT 1050

CSET - 2100   SMALL COMPUTER SYSTEMS
[4 hours]  Introduces the various alternatives for single-user microcomputer operating system software and hardware. Topics include a definition of single-user systems, systems software, installation and setup, native and third-party utilities, peripheral devices, file systems, and memory management. Prerequisite: ENGT 1050

CSET - 2200   PC AND INDUSTRIAL NETWORKS
[4 hours]  Current concepts and technologies used with personal computers and PLCs in both industrial (factory-floor) and commercial data networks. Topics include PC networking hardware and software, PLC hardware and programming, and PLC networking alternatives. Prerequisite: CSET 2100

CSET - 3100   ADVANCED WEB SITE DESIGN
[3 hours]  HTML forms, creation of static and animated web graphics, Dynamic Fonts, SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language) as it relates to G2, Realtext, Realpix, and XML.  The course also covers Frames, META Tags, Optimizing Speed, Cookies, Imagemapping (From Both Sides), HTML, tables, and Shockwave.  Prerequisite: ENGT 1050 and Junior standing

CSET - 3200   CLIENT/SERVER COMPUTING
[3 hours]  Covers client/server architecture and  programming techniques. Major topics include two-tier and three-tier client server architectures, programming considerations, cleanlayering, advanced graphical user interface controls, database processing, transaction processing and monitoring. Prerequisite: Junior standing

CSET - 3250   CLIENT-SIDE SCRIPTING
[3 hours]  Introduction to the Document Object Model (DOM), JavaScript and VBScript scripting languages, cascading style sheets, browser recognition, browser-specific content, data validation, and layers.  Prerequisite: CSET 3100

CSET - 4100   CGI PROGRAMMING WITH PERL AND JAVA
[3 hours]  Covers Common Gateway Interface (CGI) programming on the Internet using the most popular scripting languages, Perl 5.0 and Java. Topics include client-side programs, server-side programs, distributed database creation and searching.  Prerequisite: Junior standing

CSET - 4150   WEB SERVER ADMINISTRATION
[3 hours]  Installation and configuration of the web server operating systems (e.g., UNIX, Windows NT), installation and administration of web daemon (e.g., Apache, Microsoft IIS).  Site management, including file and directory hierarchy, web log analysis, installation and configuration of various utilities for gopher, ftp, text ending and email.  Prerequisite: CSET 2200

CSET - 4200   VLSI TECHNOLOGY
[4 hours]  Introduction to CMOS technology and circuits, MOS transistor switches and CMOS logic. Practical aspects of silicon manufacturing technology including wafer processing, layout design rules and process parametrization. Electrical and physical design of logic gates, clocking schemes, and I/O structures, and structured design strategies. Prerequisite: ENGT 1050

CSET - 4250  APPLIED PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
[3 hours]  How to select the most appropriate language for a specific engineering technology application. Topics include comparison of programming languages by evolution, formal specifications, structures, features, application domains, programming paradigms, implementation of syntax, semantics and program run-time behavior. Prerequisite: Junior standing

CSET - 4650   FIELD PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC DEVICES
[4 hours]  This course covers the implementation of digital circuits using Field Programmable Logic Devices, with emphasis on Field Programmable Gate Arrays. Students learn to download their designs on Xilinx FPGA�s using schematic capture and VHDL code.  Prerequisite: EET 3350

CSET - 4750   COMPUTER NETWORKS AND DATA COMMUNICATION
[4 hours]  Computer network architectures and their application to industry needs. Major topics include vocabulary, hardware, design concepts, current issues, trends, hardware, multi-user operating systems, network protocols, local and wide area networks, intranet and internet communications, analog and digital data transmission.  Prerequisite: CSET 2200

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