courses

Courses I have taught over the years:

  • CSCI 1100 - Using Information Technology: Students will gain a working knowledge of word-processing, spreadsheets, electronic communication, and online database searching and will learn the skills necessary to integrate electronic information from various sources. Students learn through both lecture and hands-on experience. (fall, spring, summer)
  • CSCI 1510 - Student In University: This course is designed to provide guidance to first-year university students as they begin their search for directions to take in self-definition, intellectual growth, career choices, and life skills.
  • CSCI 1710 - Web Design and Development: An introduction to the World Wide Web as both a user and a developer. This course is designed to take the user from creating web pages to designing a large web site. Emphasis will be on the use of existing software applications that generate web-ready code. Other topics will include HTML, multimedia integration, and browser plug-ins. Laboratory use of software and team participation is an integral part of this course.
  • CSCI 1800 - Visual Programming I: An introduction to all aspects of the programming and problem-solving process and the elements of good programming style. Visual Basic will be used as a vehicle for introducing these concepts. Laboratory use of the computer in designing, implementing, debugging, and executing programs is an integral part of the course.
  • CSCI 3700 - Management Information Systems: This course integrates topics of management and organizational theory, information and communication theory, and systems theory relevant to managing an organization’s information resources. It focuses on computer and database concepts related to the design, analysis, operation, and control of information systems that aid management decision-making.
  • CSCI 3720 - Funamentals of Business Information Systems: This course presents an overview of information systems in a modern organization. The strategic value of business computing and the underlying concepts needed to understand and guide system implementation are examined.
  • CSCI 4757 - Information Systems Implementation: Presents implementation and configuration issues in contemporary Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and other enterprise-scale information systems. Topics include configuration, organization modeling, role management, decision support, and data integrity.
  • CSCI 4910 - Corporate IT In Healthcare (Special Topics Course): This course introduces students to the many different IT technologies and skills deployed in a large organization and provides an introduction to the fundamental principles of Healthcare Information Technology and health informatics. This class will survey the following in the healthcare context: 1) Clinical Application Management 2) Customer Relationship Management from an IT Perspective 3) IT Governance 4) Confidentiality, Privacy, and Security 5) Healthcare Interoperability related to Electronic Health Record and Personal Health Record Systems and 6) IT’s Role In Improving HealthCare Outcomes.
  • CSCI 5011 - Internet Technology I: This course, a comprehensive study of the design and implementation of web sites, is organized into three major segments: HTML programming, user interface design, and information architecture design. The course takes the user from creating web pages to designing a large web site. Emphasis is on the use of existing software applications that generate web-ready code. Other topics include HTML, multi-media integration, and browser plug-ins. Laboratory use of software and team participation is an integral part of this course.
  • CSCI 5757 - Information Systems Implementation: Topics include configuration, organization modeling, role management, decision support, and data integrity.
  • ETSU 1020 - Foundations of Student Success: ETSU 1020 equips students with knowledge and skills essential for success in college and in their lives after graduation. By practicing time management and study skills students become self-directed learners. By learning how universities are organized, how to use institutional services, and how to interact with others in the university skillfully and respectfully, they learn to navigate ETSU and other complex organizations. The course encourages students to experience the diversity of people and ideas at ETSU, thereby preparing them to live and work in increasingly diverse workplaces and communities. Students explore options for careers and academic majors by identifying their personal strengths, interests and values; completing the SIGI career inventory; and critically evaluating information about possible careers and majors. They learn principles of personal finance useful in college and after graduation. Students also learn positive ways to cope with stress, anxiety and depression, which may arise when they experience uncertainty, doubts and setbacks in pursuing their goals.
  • MGMT 3220 - Management Information Systems: Integrates topics of management and organization theory, information and communication theory, and systems theory relevant to managing an organization's information resources. Includes computer and database concepts and emphasizes the design, analysis, operation, and control of information systems to aid management decision-making.

Not to us, Lord, not to us but to Your name be the glory, because of Your love and faithfulness

Psalms 115:1 NIV

Mr. Stephen Hendrix

Instructor
Department of Computing
East Tennessee State University
476 Nicks Hall
ETSU Phone: 423.439.5922
ETSU Email: hendrixs@etsu.edu


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