INT213 - Active Server Pages Using Visual Basic

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Subject Title
Active Server Pages Using Visual Basic

Subject Description
Students will learn the fundamentals for the creation of interactive and dynamic web sites. Students will learn basic scripting logic; explore ASP security issues, as well as gain fundamental knowledge concerning data storage and organization. The concepts introduced in this subject will prepare the students for scripting and other topics to be introduced in later semesters.

Credit Status
1 Credit for CNS & CTY Diploma Program

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Create a user interface using HTML and VB server side script language

2. Design and create a small Active Server Page site that can link to a Microsoft Access Database

3. Create an Active Server Page, using VB script

4. Consistently demonstrate a positive, professional attitude by meeting assigned deadlines, adhering to accepted format for written work and contributing positively to tasks and processes involved in classroom activities

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