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 Course Offerings Summer 2017

Course Number

Course Title

Instructor

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Course Description

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Pre-reqs

Textbook

CPT 212

C# Programming with Visual Studio.net

Professor

David Reiffman

Professor

David Reiffman

This course uses C# as the programming language for software development; however, the basic programming concepts presented can be applied to a number of other languages. Instead of focusing on the syntax of the C# language, this course uses the C# language to present general programming concepts. Once you develop a thorough understanding of one programming language, you can effectively apply those concepts to other programming languages.

 

Computer Information AS and BS Required Course

Pre-Requisites: CPT 101(pre- or co-requisite), MAT 102, CPT 121

Doyle, Barbara, C# Programming: From Problem Analysis to Program Design, 5th Ed., Cengage Learning, 2016, ISBN 978-1-285-85687-2.
Student will also need a copy of Visual Studio .NET. There is a free C# Express version that students can use. It can be downloaded from the Microsoft Website.

CPT 312

Information Technology Management

Professor Rina Schwartz

Professor Rina Schwartz

This course provides an overview of contemporary I.T. management. It explains the relevant issues of effectively managing information services. The course highlights areas of greatest current and potential application of I.T. to business needs and reviews electronic business, enterprise business systems, and decision support systems.

Computer Information Management Required Course

CPT 101, CPT 121, recommended – CPT 301

Turban, Ephraim; Volonino, Linda. Information Technology for Management. Wiley 2014. ISBN: ISBN-13: 978-1118897782 ISBN-10: 1118897781

 

CPT 311 Fundamentals of Networking Professor Rina Schwartz Professor Rina Schwartz This course is designed to provide a solid foundation in essential networking concepts and methods. This detailed introduction, requiring no previous networking experience, covers all of the critical knowledge and skills information technology professionals need to work with network operating systems in a network administration environment. Topics include discussion of fundamental aspects of Internet applications layer (HTTP, FTP, DNS), TCP, UDP socket programming, reliable data transfer, congestion control, network layer (Ipv4 and Ipv6) and routing, link layer and Local Area Networks (LAN), multimedia networking (RTSP, RTP, RSVP, DiffServ), and security in computer networks. Computer Information Management Required Course CPT 101, CPT 301 (pre- or co-requisite), MAT 102, CPT 202

Tomsho, Greg. Guide to Networking Essentials. Seventh edition. Cengage 2015. ISBN-13: 978-1-305-10543-0,

ISBN-10: 1-305-10543-5

BIBL 211

Introduction to Early Prophets

Rabbi Mendel Breitstein

Rabbi Mendel Breitstein

Students study the first four books of the Prophets, known as the Early Prophets: Yehoshua, Shoftim, Shmuel, and Melachim. They will attain basic familiarity with the history, personalities, and issues that are found throughout these books. Students will study particular themes in greater depth, learning the insights of the classical commentators such as Rashi, Ramban, Ibn Ezra, Malbim and others regarding various topics found in these books. At times, students will compare and contrast the approaches of various commentators, and find connecting themes throughout the commentary of a particular scholar. Students will research topics in depth and analyze selected sections of Neviim Rishonim.

 

Judaic Studies Required Course

None

Neviim Rishonim Mikraot Gedolot

JLAW 301

Hilchot Shabbat I: Honoring and Violating Shabbat

Rabbi Eliyahu Goodman

Rabbi Shimon Isaacson

This course contains an in-depth study of the Laws of Honoring Shabbat and the Laws of Prohibited Activity on Shabbat. Using Biblical verses as a starting point, students follow the halachic discussion in the Talmud, and then go on to the halachic rulings of the Medieval and Contemporary commentaries, ending with the final Halacha as it applies today. Main topics covered are candle lighting, Lechem Mishneh, eating three meals on Shabbat, Kiddush, and Havdalah, the nature and differentiation of Avot Melacha (primary prohibited activities) and Toldot Melacha (subsidiaries of the Avot Melacha), the prohibition of Gozez (cutting) and Borer (sorting) on Shabbat, and the complex halachot (laws) of unintentional melachot and Psik Reisha.

Judaic Studies Jewish Law Requirement or Elective Course

None

  1. Rambam. Mishneh Torah: Zmanim. Sifrei Kodesh Mishor, 1990.

  2. Karo, Yosef. Shulchan Aruch: Orech Chaim. Machon Yerushalaim, 1986.

  3. Kagan, Yisroel Meir. Mishneh Brura: Chelek . Machon Oz V’Hadar, 2007.

  4. Neuwirth, Yehoshua. Shemiras Shabbos K'Hilchasa

 


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