Teaching and Learning
Lecture notes are provided as a service to students in the class to facilitate note-taking. Be warned that sometimes, although I hope only rarely, you may find errors in my notes. These are, at their core, lecture notes that I produce for my own use. I do not edit them to ensure they are completely appropriate and accurate for student usage although they usually are. We use Moodle for the course learning management. All the notes follow the terms of the Creative Commons license.
The Bachelor of Computer Science provides a formal body of knowledge for students interested in careers in the ever-evolving computer industry. The curriculum includes a foundation in basic sciences, which includes courses related to both software and hardware fundamentals, and selected electives to allow students to specialize in areas of their interest.
The Bachelor of Information Systems prepares students to enter rapidly expanding fields associated with technology including programming, systems analysis and design, database administration, network management, support services and training, and management of information resources. The curriculum combines technical content with managerial aspects of Information Systems.