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College Course Syllabus

SUBJECT (3 Units): COURSE TITLE: I. CSC 16 Integrated Application Software

Course Description & Objectives The course is about database, e-mail and web page authoring. It teaches the creation and editing of reports and forms in databases. It teaches how to schedule an appointment. It introduces the concepts of designing a web page.

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At the end of the course, the student is expected to: Understand and Learn Creating Databases using Base; Understand Internet Concepts; Send and receive e-mails; Design a web page using HTML; Develop patience and dedication in accomplishing assigned tasks, and Practice promptness in meeting deadliness and be able to develop it as habit. Course Classification Required for a Degree in BCS, BSA, BSE, BEEd, AB, BSIT, BSCpE, BSN and BSHRM Required for a Major in ________ Elective Pre-Requisite: CSC 15 Course Outline TIME TOPICS REFERENCES ALLOTMENT PRELIM I. DATABASE CONCEPTS WEEK 1 1. The Database Environment 1.1 Basic Concepts and Definitions Modern Database 1.2 Hierarchy of Data Organization Management (J. 1.3 Traditional File Processing Systems Hoffer c2004) 1.3.1 Disadvantages of File Processing Chapter 1 Systems Pages 3 - 9 WEEK 2 1.4 The Database Approach Pages 10 - 26 1.5 Range of Database Application 1.5.1 Advantages of Database Approach 1.5.2 Costs and Risks of the Database Approach 1.6 Components of the Database Environment 2. Relational Database and Relational DBMS Computing 3. Database Creation and Management Essentials 2008 3.1 Creating the Database in
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4. WEEK 4 5. 6. WEEK 5 7. WEEK 6 8.

Creating Tables using the Design View 3.1.2 Creating Tables using Table Wizard Modifying Tables and Fields 4.1 Field Types and Field Properties Identifying Relationships in Tables 5.1 Primary Key and Foreign Key Working in the Datasheet 6.1 Creating Queries using Query Wizard 6.2 Retrieving Information using Queries 6.1.2 Expression, Operators and Wild Cards Creating Forms and Using Controls 7.1 Maintaining Table Data Using a Form Working with Reports 8.1 Creating Reports 8.2 Inserting a Picture in a Report

Base 3.1.1

MS Office Access 2003 Chapter 1-3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6

Chapter 7 8


II. INTERNET BASICS 1. Understanding the Internet 2. The Domain Naming System 3. Web Content Types 4. Hypertext Markup Language 5. Web Hosting 6. Web Development Process 7. Dynamic Generation of Web Pages III. INTRODUCTION TO WEB DEVELOPMENT 1. Creating Web Pages 2. HTML Basics 3. Elements and Entities 4. HTML History 5. Core Attributes 6. Headings and Paragraphs 7. White Space and Line Wrapping 8. Inline Elements 9. Controlling Presentation Styles 10. Colors and Text Fonts 11. Lists and List Styles 12. Hyperlinks 13. Images 14. Positioning Inline Images 15. Image Maps

Chapter 9 - 10 Other Reference: The Complete Reference MS Office 2003 Chapters 29-33 P. Wang & S. Katila Chapter 1 Pages 5-26


P. Wang & S. Katila Pages 31-64 Chapter 2




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16. Web Development Process 17. Character Encoding, Special Symbols & HTML Entities 18. Using HTML Tables 19. Cell Content Alignment 20. Displaying, Formatting, Positioning Tables 21. Table Width and Height 22. Grouping Rows and Columns 23. Nesting Tables 24. Using Tables fro Page Layout 25. Page width Styles 26. Head Elements 27. Search Engine Ready Pages 28. Web Site Icons 29. Frames PRESENTATION CASE STUDY

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IV. Class Activities 1. Hands-on Exercises 2. Research Works 3. Creation of their Personal Web Pages 4. Software Demonstration 5. Presentation of Projects V. Textbook Adopted OLeary, Timothy and OLeary, Linda, Computing Essentials 2008 C & E Publishing, c2008 Date Adopted: June 2010 VI. References 1. J.A. Hoffer, Modern Database Management, c2004 005.74/H698 2. Silberschatz, Korth, & Sudarshan, Database System Concepts, 5th Ed., Global, c2004 005.369/C947 3. P. Wang & S. Katila, An Introduction to Web Design and Programming, Thomson, c2004 005.2768/W246 4. Deitel, PJ. Internet and World Wide Web, Pearson Education, c2009 5. McFedries, Paul. Microsoft Office Access 2007, Que, c2007 6. Proquest Materials International Journal of Web Services Research, Scholarly Journal, IGI Global International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems, Scholarly Journals, IGI Global Intenational Journal of Information Technology and Web Engineering, Scholarly Journal, IGI Global

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VII. Course Examination and Grading First Prelim Grade (FPG) Class Standing First Prelim Exam Second Prelim Grade (SPG) Class Standing First Prelim Exam Final Term Grade (FTG) Class Standing First Prelim Exam Final Grade (FG) Class Standing Includes: Quizzes - 20% Seat Works/Assignments - 15% Laboratory Exercises - 25% 60%
Prepared by: Noted by: Date: Arlene Mae C. Valderama Department Chair, Computer Science/IT Milani M. Austria Dean, Technological Studies June 6, 2011

25% 60% 40% 25% 60% 40% 50% 60% 40% ______ 100%

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