Fall 2018 Schedule ( Online Courses )

Updated 04/27/2018 20:44:20

The following courses will (tentatively) be held during the Fall 2018 semester.

For open/full status and latest changes, see LOCUS.

In case of conflict, information on LOCUS should be considered authoritative.

TextBook information to be updated soon.

Section titles lines link to the course description page, except for some labeled special topics courses related to an existing course.

The 4-digit number in parentheses after the section is the Locus registration code.

Be sure to look at the section’s notes or Locus for an 8-week courses with more than one schedule line: Friday line(s) are likely to be isolated makeup days, not every week.

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Fall 2018 Schedule

Fall 2018 Schedule ( Lake Shore Campus )

Fall 2018 Schedule ( Water Tower Campus )

Undergraduate Courses

COMP 170: Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming [Term: Eight Week - First]
Section 700N (5883) Credits: 3; Online; Lecture
Instructor: Udayan Das
Online Thursday 06:00PM-09:00

Notes: COMP 170-700N is reserved for students in the School of Continuing & Professional Studies. For more information go to http://www.luc.edu/adult-education/admission/nonscps-enrollment/ COMP 170-700N is an online section. Required synchronous sessions will be held Thursdays 6-9PM CST.

COMP 251: Introduction to Database Systems [Term: Eight Week - Second]
Section 700N (5960) Credits: 3; Online; Lecture
Instructor: Udayan Das
Online Tuesday 06:00PM-09:00

Notes: COMP 251-700N is reserved for students in the School of Continuing & Professional Studies. For more information go to http://www.luc.edu/adult-education/admission/nonscps-enrollment/ COMP 251-700N is an online section. Required synchronous sessions will be held Tuesdays 6-9PM CST

COMP 271: Data Structures [Term: Eight Week - Second]
Section 700N (6357) Credits: 3; Online; Lecture
Instructor: Udayan Das
Online Thursday 06:00PM-09:00
Online Friday 06:00PM-09:00 - Check week(s)

Notes: COMP 271-700N is reserved for students in the School of Continuing & Professional Studies. For more information go to http://www.luc.edu/adult-education/admission/nonscps-enrollment/ COMP 271-700N is an online section. Required synchronous sessions will be held Thursdays 6-9PM CST and one session Friday 11/30 for holiday make-up class.

COMP 317: Social, Legal, and Ethical Issues in Computing
Section 001 (3051) Credits: 3; Online; Lecture
Instructor: Matthew Paul Butcher
Online Times: TBA

Notes: This is an online, asynchronous class. All lectures will be pre-recorded. Students are asked to attend smaller-group online interactive discussions at regular intervals during the semester, with possible times chosen to fit different groups’ schedules.

This course is restricted to undergraduate students. Graduate students wishing to enroll in a section of this course should contact their departmental graduate advisor.

COMP 340: Computer Forensics
Section 001 (6350) Credits: 3; Online; Lecture
Instructor: Thomas Yarrish
Online Wednesday 07:00PM-09:30

Notes: This is an online, synchronous class. Synchronous meeting time: Wednesdays, 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm.

Combined with COMP 488-340.

COMP 343: Introduction to Computer Networks
Section 002 (6291) Credits: 3; Online; Lecture
Instructor: Peter L Dordal
Online Times: TBA

Notes: This is an online class that includes synchronous and asynchronous interaction among students and Instructor. Synchronous discussion sessions will be held Mondays and Tuesdays at 2:30 pm, and may vary in length from 30 minutes to one hour. Participation in synchronous sessions is strongly recommended.

Combined with COMP 443-002.

COMP 347: Intrusion Detection and Computer Security
Section 002 (6293) Credits: 3; Online; Lecture
Instructor: Corby Schmitz
Online Times: TBA

Notes: This is an online class. The classroom session will be broadcast live on Friday evenings via AdobeConnect, allowing online student interaction. Sessions will also be recorded and made available. Students may participate synchronously or asynchronously at their discretion.

Combined with COMP 447-002.

COMP 364: High-Performance Computing
Section 001 (6294) Credits: 3; Online; Lecture
Instructor: Christopher Stone
Online Wednesday 07:00PM-09:30

Notes: This is an online, synchronous class. Synchronous meeting time: Wednesday, 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm.

Combined with COMP 464-001.

COMP 390: Broadening Participation in STEM (Computing, Math & Science)
Section 01E (3466) Credits: 1 - 3; Online; Lecture
Instructor: Ronald I Greenberg
Online Times: TBA

Notes: Broadening Participation in STEM (Computing, Mathematics, and Science).

This class is online and fully asynchronous, but students must complete service learning activities in-person at a site of their choosing to be approved by the instructor in accord with the course design. To complete the full course (incorporating at least 25 hours of service and other requirements) in one semester, register for 3 credits; to spread over two semesters, register for 1 or 2 credits in the first semester (requiring 6 or 14 service hours in the first semester, respectively).

This class satisfies the Engaged Learning requirement in the Service Learning category.

COMP 391: Internship in Computer Science
Section 02E (4918) Credits: 1 - 6; Online; Field Studies
Instructor: Ronald I Greenberg, Robert Yacobellis
Online Times: TBA

Notes: This is an online class. This class satisfies the Engaged Learning requirement in the Internship category. Department Consent is required, and then a Computer Science Department staff member will enroll you.

COMP 398: Independent Study 1-6 credits
You cannot register yourself for an independent study course! You must find a faculty member who agrees to supervisor the work that you outline and schedule together. This supervisor arranges to get you registered. Possible supervisors are: full-time department faculty

Graduate Courses

COMP 443: Computer Networks
Section 002 (6349) Credits: 3; Online; Lecture
Instructor: Peter L Dordal
Online Times: TBA

Notes: This is an online class that includes synchronous and asynchronous interaction among students and Instructor. Synchronous discussion sessions will be held Mondays and Tuesdays at 2:30 pm, and may vary in length from 30 minutes to one hour. Participation in synchronous sessions is strongly recommended.

Combined with COMP 343-002.

COMP 447: Intrusion Detection
Section 002 (6359) Credits: 3; Online; Lecture
Instructor: Corby Schmitz
Online Times: TBA

Notes: This is an online class. The classroom session will be broadcast live on Friday evenings via AdobeConnect, allowing online student interaction. Sessions will also be recorded and made available. Students may participate synchronously or asynchronously at their discretion.

Combined with COMP 347-002.

COMP 464: High-Performance Computing
Section 001 (6361) Credits: 3; Online; Lecture
Instructor: Christopher Stone
Online Wednesday 07:00PM-09:30

Notes: This is an online, synchronous class. Synchronous meeting time: Wednesday, 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm.

Combined with COMP 364-001.

COMP 488 Topic: Comp Forensics Investigations
Section 340 (6351) Credits: 3; Online; Lecture
Instructor: Thomas Yarrish
Online Wednesday 07:00PM-09:30
Description similar to: COMP 340: Computer Forensics

Notes: Computer Forensics.

Prerequisites: COMP 170 (or equivalent) and ( COMP 417 or COMP 443 )

This is an online, synchronous class. Synchronous meeting time: Wednesdays, 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm.

Combined with COMP 340-001.

COMP 490: Independent Project 1-6 credits
You cannot register yourself for an independent study course! You must find a faculty member who agrees to supervisor the work that you outline and schedule together. This supervisor arranges to get you registered. Possible supervisors are: full-time department faculty
COMP 499: Internship
Section 002 (4919) Credits: 1 - 6; Online; Independent Study
Instructor: Staff
Online Times: TBA

Notes: This is an online class. This course involves an internship experience. Department Consent required, and then a Computer Science Department staff member will enroll you.