Type de poste : Affectation ou contrat Ville : Campbell's Bay
Expérience requise : Sans
Statut : Temps plein
Description du poste
The College is seeking hourly paid professors to join a dynamic team to teach Continuing Education credited courses at the Campbell's Bay campus for the Fall 2019 term.
Web and Desktop Programming
420-NA1-HR Introduction to Programming (75 hours)
(September 3rd to September 19th, 2019)
Students learn to design, code, and test simple object-oriented programs. They learn to write effective, efficient algorithms to solve programming problems and to use the three constructs of structured programming in coding their solutions. They learn the principles of object-oriented programming.
420-V11-HR Advanced Programming (75 hours)
(September 19th to October 7th, 2019)
Students continue the study of object-oriented programming in this course. They create and refine an object model to solve a programming problem.
420-N02-HR Introduction to Programming in .NET (75 hours)
(October 8th to October 25th, 2019)
This course presents object-oriented programming and Microsoft .NET Framework. Students create .NET applications with controls, and menus. Students create interfaces that are both data and event-driven.
420-V02-HR Programming in .NET (Advanced) (75 hours)
(October 25th to November 12th, 2019)
In this course students learn advanced object-oriented programming concepts in the .NET Framework. The .NET Framework is covered in more detail including: namespaces, predefined classes and memory management. This course introduces how to connect to a database and to retrieve or update data.
420-N03-HR Relational Databases (60 hours)
(November 13th to November 26th, 2019)
This course provides the foundation of relational database design and modeling techniques. Students learn the basic principles of relational database management systems. They learn to analyze the data and develop a data model based on data requirements.
420-V03-HR Structured Query Languages (45 hours)
(November 27th to December 6th, 2019)
This course provides advanced details of SQL as well as T-SQL and PL/SQL. Students use this knowledge to create
420-Q01-HR Career Preparation (45 hours)
(December 6th to December 16th, 2019)
Through hands-on workshops and seminars delivered through industry, students develop a peer-networking group. They also develop a credible résumé targeting the web/IT industry. They learn the importance of establishing and maintaining industry relationships, communication skills when dealing effectively with individuals and the concept of teamwork.
420-R01-HR Web Page Design (60 hours)
(December 17th, 2019 to January 13th, 2020)
Students are introduced to web design, HTML, XHTML, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). They build web sites using a text editor and using a web authoring tool. Students learn how to use graphics, typography, colour, navigation, and forms and how to create a consistent look in their web sites.
In a general way, the professor's teaching load shall include: preparation of course outline; preparation of classes, labs and fieldwork; teaching of classes, labs and fieldwork; adaptation; support and supervision of students; preparation, invigilation and correction of examinations; revision of corrections at the students' request; participation in departmental meetings and other activities when required.
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