Division of Business and Information Management
Instructor of Computer Information Systems
B.S., M.S., Lvov State University, USSR
A real success in someone's professional career is to become familiar with fundamental concepts, and later develop understanding of cumbersome details, tricks, and techniques. Today's programming standards expect you to create software that is fast, reliable, and portable across multiple hardware platforms and operating systems. If you need the ultimate power in writing computer programs, take one of my programming classes at BCC.
CIS 123 Object-Oriented Concepts
CIS 155 Introduction to C++ Programming
CIS 160 The Microcomputer Environment
CIS 233 Routing and Router Configuration
CIS 261 Introduction to Computer Systems
CIT 102 Security Awareness
CIT 110 Laptop/PC Operations
CIT 121 Information Technology Fluency I
CIT 255 Advanced Computer Forensics
CIT 256 File System Forensic Analysis
Programming Languages, Network Security, Computer Forensics, Computer Games.