Fall Semester 2011 -12

Course Description

This course is designed to train students to understand programming, in particular business applications programming. Students will learn why we need to use programming in our professions and why we build business applications, how business applications influence business workflows, how programming could be more beneficial and useful in business applications, and so on. Students would learn basic programming syntax and structure, and how to build basic business applications using a high-level programming language.

ISOM3230 Interest Group

Time & Venue

Lecture
Section Day Time Venue
L1 Wed. & Fri. 13:30 to 14:50 Room 2465
L2 Tue. & Thu. 16:30 to 17:50 Room 4619
L3 Tue. & Thu. 09:00 to 10:20 Room 4619
Laboratory
Section Day Time Venue
La1 Fri. 15:00 - 15:50 Room 4116
La2 Mon. 13:30 - 14:20 Room 4116
La3 Mon. 15:00 - 15:50 Room 4116
La4 Mon. 16:30 - 17:20 Room 4116

Books

Reference Book #1: Beginning Microsoft Visual Basic 2010
Author: Thearon Willis
Publisher: Wiley Pub., Inc.
Edition: 2010
ISBN: 0470502223

Reference Book #2: Excel 2010 power programming with VBA
Author: John Walkenbach
Publisher: Wiley Pub., Inc.
Edition: 2010
ISBN: 9780470475355

Grading Scheme

Midterm Exam 20%
Final Exam 30%
Lab. Assessment 15%
Assignment #1 (VB + VBA) 20%
Assignment #2 (VBA only) 15%