Web Programming for Non-Programmers
Non-Credit Course Offered at TAMIU
You don’t need a degree in computer programming to give your business a presence on the Internet.
Registration is now underway at Texas A&M International University for Web Programming for Non-Programmers, a non-credit certificate course, scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 19 from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tuition for the course is $199 per participant and $149 for TAMIU employees, students and alumni.
The course, offered by TAMIU’s College of Business Administration division of international business and technology studies, will meet in Anthony J. and Georgia A. Pellegrino Hall, room 221.
Register by calling Cindy Martínez, program coordinator, at 326.2486 or e-mailing email@example.com
The class is designed for business professionals with no computer programming background. Participants will have the opportunity to create interactive Web pages from scratch, including database access and interaction.
Main topics covered include: introduction to Web programming, Web forms and applications, Web matrix and visual programming, creating user interfaces, connecting to databases, security, testing your application and sources and help using the Internet.
When completed, participants will have access to tools and help from Internet experts.
This course is designed for managers, professionals and business owners eager to jumpstart their Web programming. Students majoring in business are encouraged to take this course because it provides an understanding of basic Web programming.
Participants are expected to have basic computer knowledge, but do not have to know programming, Web or HTML programming knowledge.
The class will be taught by Jesús Carmona, doctoral student in the Management Information Systems (MIS) concentration of the Ph.D. Program in International Business Administration at TAMIU. He is also an adjunct professor in the University's department of MIS and decision science.
He has an MS in information systems from TAMIU. Carmona has more than 15 years experience in the computer field: planning, designing, testing, implementing, teaching and supervising computer information systems.
For more information, please contact Martínez at 326.2486, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit offices in Pellegrino Hall 304.
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