IS 4470 - the Sorrell College of Business at Troy University

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Master Syllabi are developed by the senior faculty in each business discipline. This Master Syllabus must be used as the basi
s for developing the
instructor syllabus for this course, which must also comply with the content specifications outlined in the
Tr
oy University Faculty Handbook
.

The objectives included on this Master Syllabus must be included among the objectives on the instructor’s syllabus, which may

expand upon the
same as the instructor sees fit. The statement of purpose seeks to position the co
urse properly within the curriculum and should be consulted by
faculty as a source of advisement guidance. Specific choice of text and other details are further subject to Program Coordina
tor guidance.

1 August 2005




TROY UNIVERSITY

MASTER SYLLABUS

SORRELL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

IS 4470

Server
-
Side Web Development and Administration


Prerequisites

IS 3346, IS 3350

Vision Statement

The Sorrell
College of Business will be a recognized and respected leader for quality and
flexibility in the delivery of business education that prepares graduates to succeed in the
global business environment.

Mission Statement

The Sorrell College of Business support
s the Troy University mission by preparing our
diverse student body to become ethical professionals equipped to compete in the global
business environment. To achieve this, our faculty, staff, and administration will:


1)

provide quality education in global business through our undergraduate and
graduate programs, delivered around the world through face
-
to
-
face and online
environments, to traditional, non
-
traditional, military, and international
students;

2)

contribute to th
e development and application of knowledge focused on applied
business, learning, and pedagogical research;

3)

provide service to the University, business and professional organizations, and
our communities through individual involvement, business outreach,
and our
centers for research.



Master Syllabus:

IS 447
0



2


Troy University Faculty Handbook

(2010): Section 3.9.2.8 [extract]


essential elements of the syllabus (somewhat modified for space):

1.

Course title

2.

Course number +
section

3.

Term

4.

Instructor

5.

Prerequisites

6.

Office hours

7.

Class
days, times

8.

Classroom
location

9.

Office location +
e
-
mail address

10.

Office telephone

11.

Course
description,
objectives

12.

Text(s)

13.

Other materials

14.

Grading methods,
criterion weights,
make
-
up policy,
mid
-
term grade
reports

15.

Procedure, course
requirements

16.

General suppor
ts
(computer works,
writing center)

17.

Daily assignments,
holidays, add/drop
& open dates, dead
day, final exam

18.

ADA statement

19.

Electronic device
statement

20.

Additional
services,
statements

21.

Absence policy

22.

Incomplete
-
work
policy

23.

Cheating policy

24.

Specialization
requ
irements
(certification,
licensure, teacher
competencies)



Description

This course introduces server side web application development and administration
technologies. The course emphases on the ability to design and implement real
-
world web
applications, and the solutions of server r
elated issues including security and scalability.

Objectives

On completion of the course, the student should be able to:

1.

Understand server
-
side technologies for serving client requests and providing
related services.

2.

Install and administer server
-
side web

applications and related technologies.

3.

Develop secure, dynamic, interactive, data
-
driven web applications using
server
-
side technologies.

4.

Apply server
-
side technologies to provide secure and reliable services.

Purpose

To introduce server side web
application development technologies and server
administration issues.

Approved Texts

Gosselin, D. (2010 or current)
ASP.NET Programming with C# and SQL Server, 1
st

ed.

Boston, MA: Course Technology / Cengage Learning.

Anne Boehm, (2010 or current)
Murach’s ASP.NET 4 Programming with VB 2010
,
Murach Books.

Anne Boehm and Joel Murach (2010 or current)
Murach’s ASP.NET Programming with
C#2010

(4
th

ed.), Murach Books.

Andrea Steelman and Joel Murach (2010 or current),
Murach’s Java Servlets and JSP

(2
nd

ed.) Murach Books.

David Harms (2001 or current),
JSP, Servlets, and MySQL
, M&T Books.

Luke Welling and Laura Thomson (2009 or current),
PHP and MySQL Web Development

(5
th

ed.) Addison
-
Wesley.


Master Syllabus:

IS 447
0



3


Troy University Faculty Handbook

(2010): Section 3.9.2.8 [extract]


essential elements of the syllabus (somewhat modified for space):

1.

Course title

2.

Course number +
section

3.

Term

4.

Instructor

5.

Prerequisites

6.

Office hours

7.

Class
days, times

8.

Classroom
location

9.

Office location +
e
-
mail address

10.

Office telephone

11.

Course
description,
objectives

12.

Text(s)

13.

Other materials

14.

Grading methods,
criterion weights,
make
-
up policy,
mid
-
term grade
reports

15.

Procedure, course
requirements

16.

General suppor
ts
(computer works,
writing center)

17.

Daily assignments,
holidays, add/drop
& open dates, dead
day, final exam

18.

ADA statement

19.

Electronic device
statement

20.

Additional
services,
statements

21.

Absence policy

22.

Incomplete
-
work
policy

23.

Cheating policy

24.

Specialization
requ
irements
(certification,
licensure, teacher
competencies)



Supplements

As deemed appropriate.