Patricia Roy

Instructor Information My Web Site CGS 1000
COP 2820C CGS 2823 COP 2250C
COP 2510 COP 2805C  

Instructor's Information

I have been teaching at State College of Florida (formally Manatee Community College) since the Fall 1993. I have a M.S. in Computer Science from the University of South Florida and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Rhode Island. Please click here for more information about me.

You may call me at (941) 408 - 1470. Please leave me a message if I am not there.

You may send me an e-mail at royp@scf.edu

The following is my mailing address:
     SCF Venice
     8000 South Tamiami Trail
     Venice, FL 34293

CGS 1000 - Computer Information Systems

TR 9:30 - 10:50 am CRN 20091 section 02, TR 11:00 - 12:20 CRN 200092 section 04, and CRN 20518 section WB4 Syllabus
Canvas
MyITLab

Three hours of lecture per week, plus laboratory as assigned by the instructor. This course meets Area V requirements for the A.A.S./A.S. general education requirements. This course surveys the computing field. The student is introduced to hardware, software, storage concepts, local area networks, data communications, data security, privacy issues, the copyright law, file management techniques, e-mail, the Internet and productivity software using an integrated software package. Additional special fees are required.

CGS 2820C Web Page Development

CRN 20759 WB2 Syllabus
Canvas

This course will present an introduction to creating Web pages. Topics to be discussed include the hypertext markup language, displaying text, creating links, adding graphics, building Web pages with multimedia (sound, video).

CGS 2823 Advanced Web Page Development

CRN 21487 WB2 Syllabus
Canvas

This course builds upon skills learned in CGS 2820C. Topics include responsive design, layout of a Web page, using JavaScript in a Web page, introduction to server-side development, introduction to databases in Web development, and Web services.

COP 2250C Java Programming I

CRN 21486 WB2 Syllabus
Canvas

This course introduces object-oriented programming and the Java language including primitive data types; arrays and classes; sequential, selection and repetition control structures; graphical user interface; and events and event-handling.

COP 2510C Programming Concepts

CRN 20519 WB2 and CRN 21895 WB4 Syllabus
Canvas

This course is an introduction to object-oriented programming. The main focus is general object-oriented and programming concepts from a software engineering perspective. This course is intended for students who are transferring from SCF into USF Sarasota/Manatee's BS-Applied Science with a concentration in Information Technology.


Last Updated: December 26, 2016