Courses most often I teach

Software Engineering Fundamentals (SEN601), Database Systems (CSC 640), Database design and Implementation (DAT 604), Data mining (ANA 615), etc. Moreover, I teach CSC 686 & 687, Computer Science Project I & II.

This month''s course
  • Management Information Systems (CIS 301)
  • Prof. Datta is teaching Computer Science courses in National University (San Diego, CA) since May, 2000. He also developed some of those courses for teaching both onsite and online (using Blackboard; earlier using eCollege). Courses that he taught in the past: Informatics for Health Professionals (HSC 410; also developed for online), Network Services and Protocols (CIS 602), Information Technology Project Management (ITM 325), IT Clients using MS Windows (ITM 340), Operating Systems (CSC 630), Database Systems (CSC 640), Programming Languages (CSC 650), Artificial Intelligence (CSC 660), PMX 800X, TMG 604, CST 601, CST 439, CST 437, CST 425ABC, CST 422C, ITM 310, CST205, and BIS401 (see the catalog for description)

    In addition, Dr. Datta often guides graduate level (MS) Computer Science students for their Capstone Projects (CSC 686/7). See here for some of those projects developed under his guidance. Also, see here for some of the projects of interests to address 21st Century's Grand Challengess in Engineering.

    • Check here to see the NU's course catalog
    • See here for some of the projects of interests to address 21st Century's Grand Challengess in Engineering.