Samuel
Central
Tuesday: 8:00-12:00
Friday: 13:00-14:00
+1 (515) 555-1215 ext. 876

As a member of the Faculty since 1992, Samuel is known for his innovative work on computing systems, particularly on issues involving a detailed knowledge of both the hardware and software in these sophisticated systems.

B.S., Computer Science, University of Wisconsin, 1990

M.S., Biotechnology, University of California, 1992

Ph.D., Computer Science, University of California, 1995

Programs

Courses

Systems theory, information quality, decision making, and the organizational role of information systems are introduced. Information technology including computing and telecommunications systems, are stressed. Concepts of organizations, information systems growth, and process improvements are introduced.

Level 2
3
9
CSCI- 1010 , MIS2300
Course Sections
Section ID Faculty Member Location Schedule
2301-FALL-1 Samuel Brown, Ph.D EWB-2 RM-234 T/Th 4-5PM
2301-FALL-2 Elaine Bolton, Ph.D NSB-1 RM222 W/Fr 9:30-10:30AM
2301-SUMMER 01 Elaine Bolton, Ph.D NWB-2 RM233 Th/F 10-11AM
2301-WINTER-1 Samuel Brown, Ph.D West B-1 RM 110 W 10AM & M 9AM

Concept-oriented introduction to programming and algorithmic problem solving principles in relation to computer solutions. Top-down design and analysis of algorithms. Searching and sorting strategies; recursion. Computer organization. Computer programming solutions to several laboratory exercises.

Level 1
3
9
None
Course Sections
Section ID Faculty Member Location Schedule
1320-SUMER-1 June Ellis, Ph.D EWB-2 RM-214 W/F 9:30-!0:30
1320-WINTER-1 June Ellis, Ph.D EWB-2 RM-210 T/F 3-4PM
1320-WINTER-2 Samuel Brown, Ph.D NWB-2 RM-244 M/W 11-12

Focus on object-oriented programming and the development of software to solve larger problems that can benefit from this approach. Abstraction, polymorphism, multithreading, and networking. Program correctness and program verification, algorithm analysis, and computational complexity. User defined structures, data types. Abstract data types including stacks, queues, linked lists, trees, and heaps. Computer programming solutions to several laboratory exercises.

Level 2
3
9
CSCI- 1320
Course Sections
Section ID Faculty Member Location Schedule
1321-FALL-01 Samuel Brown, Ph.D NWB-2 RM-124 M/W 10-11