Graduate

PhD Dissertation in Computer Science

Course ID
CS 8000 - 801 (14067)
Course Time
CU Colorado Springs | Spring 2019 | Dissertation
Days and Times
MoTuWeThFr 9:00AM-6:00PM
Dates
1/22/2019 - 5/18/2019
Room
Engr 188
Room Capacity
n/a
Description
PhD Dissertation in Computer Science Prer., Consent of instructor.

Dr. Rory Lewis PhD Computer Science Student


Masters Thesis in Computer Science

Course ID
CS 7000 - 801 (14051)
Course Time
CU Colorado Springs | Spring 2019 | Dissertation
Days and Times
MoWeTh 10:00AM-3:00PM
Dates
1/22/2019 - 5/18/2019
Room
Engr 188
Room Capacity
n/a
Description
Masters Thesis in Computer Science Prer., Consent of instructor.

Dr. Rory Lewis MS Computer Science Student


Masters Project in Computer Science

Course ID
CS 7010 - 801 (14059))
Course Time
CU Colorado Springs | Spring 2019 | Dissertation
Days and Times
MoWeTh 10:00AM-3:00PM
Dates
1/22/2019 - 5/18/2019
Room
Engr 188
Room Capacity
n/a
Description
Masters Project in Computer Science Prer., Consent of instructor.

Dr. Rory Lewis MS Computer Science Student


Database Systems I

Course Syllabus
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Course ID
CS 5420 - 001 (11979)
Course Time
CU Colorado Springs | Fall 2018 | Lecture
Days and Times
Tu 4:45PM-7:20PM
Dates
08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018
Room
ENGR 101
Room Capacity
47
Description
Course introduces general database concepts as well as database system technology. The course covers ER and R data models, R-algebra, SQL, data storage and indexing, query optimization, database design and security. Prer., CS 3300; Graduate students only. Meets with CS 4420.

Dr. Rory Lewis MS Computer Science Student


Undergraduate

Object-Oriented Programming Using C++

Course Syllabus
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Course ID
CS 3060 - 002 (15854)
Course Time
CU Colorado Springs | Spring 2019 | Lecture
Days and Times
MoWe 8:00AM-9:15AM
Dates
01/22/2019 - 05/18/2019
Room
ENGR 109
Room Capacity
56
Description
The principal goals of this course are: 1) to learn the fundamentals of object-oriented programming, 2) to gain skill and proficiency in using the C++ programming language, 3) to exercise the C++ language in implementing a moderate sized software system designed with objects. Prer., CS 2060, CS 2080; College of Engineering students only.

Dr. Rory Lewis Undergraduate Computer Science Student


Business and Intellectual Property Law

Course Syllabus
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Course ID
BLAW 2010 - 001 (15633)
Course Time
CU Colorado Springs | Spring 2019 | Lecture
Days and Times
Tu 1:40PM-4:20PM
Dates
1/22/2019 - 5/18/2019
Room
DWIR 121
Room Capacity
153
Description
Examines the legal significance of ideas, innovations, and start-up organizations. A focus on the issues of intellectual property, including patents, copyrights, and brand protection. Coverage of essential contracts and agents. Prer., Sophomore standing, BI students only.

Dr. Rory Lewis Undergraduate Computer Science Student


Database Systems I

Course Syllabus
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Course ID
CS 4420 - 001 (11978)
Course Time
CU Colorado Springs | Fall 2018 | Lecture
Days and Times
Tu 4:45PM-7:20PM
Dates
08/20/2018 - 12/15/2018
Room
ENGR 101
Room Capacity
47
Description
Course introduces general database concepts as well as database system technology. The course covers ER and R data models, R-algebra, SQL, data storage and indexing, query optimization, database design and security. Prer., CS 3300; College of Engineering students only. Meets with CS 5420.

Dr. Rory Lewis Undergraduate Computer Science Student


Social and Ethical Implications of Computing

Course Syllabus
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Course ID
CS 3050 - 005 (41040)
Course Time
CU Colorado Springs | Spring 2019 | Lecture
Days and Times
Tu 4:45PM-7:20PM
Dates
01/22/2019 - 02/21/2019
Room
Columbine Hall 325
Room Capacity
48
Description
This class will discuss selected topics in ethical, social, political, legal and economic aspects of the application of computers. Each student is expected to research one or more topics, actively participate in discussions, and give a presentation. Written papers may be required. Prer., CS 2080; College of Engineering students only.

Dr. Rory Lewis Undergraduate Computer Science Student


Social and Ethical Implications of Computing

Course Syllabus
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Course ID
CS 3050 - 004 (40280)
Course Time
CU Colorado Springs | Spring 2019 | Lecture
Days and Times
TuTh 8:00AM-9:15AM
Dates
03/05/2019 - 04/11/2019
Room
ENGR 138
Room Capacity
30
Description
This class will discuss selected topics in ethical, social, political, legal and economic aspects of the application of computers. Each student is expected to research one or more topics, actively participate in discussions, and give a presentation. Written papers may be required. Prer., CS 2080; College of Engineering students only.

Dr. Rory Lewis Undergraduate Computer Science Student