List of Courses Previously and Currently Taught at UAH:


Graduate Courses:

CS799¾Doctoral Dissertation

CS796¾Intelligent and Mobile Agents

CS795¾Selected Topics in Computer Science

CS699¾Master’s Thesis

CS695¾Selected Topics in Computer Science

CS685—Computer Security

CS670¾Computer Networks

CS668—Software Studio II

CS666—Software Studio I

CS652—Object-oriented Design

CS650¾The Software Engineering Process

CS596—Intro to Cloud Computing

CS586¾Microprocessor Architecture

CS570¾Intro. To Computer Networks

CS554--Intro. to Cloud Computing

CS553¾Client/Server Computing

CS552—Analysis and Design Patterns

CS552¾Object-Oriented Design

CS513¾Computer Architecture

Undergraduate Courses:

CS499¾Senior Project: Team Software Development

CS495¾Selected Topics in Computer Science

CS495 ¾Metrics Analysis Course

CS495—Secure Software

CS454—Introduction to Cloud Computing

CS453—Client/Server Computing

CS490¾Introduction to Operating Systems CS490¾Systems Software

CS470¾Intro. To Computer Networks

CS413¾Computer Architecture (undergraduate)

CS309¾Switching Theory (Digital Logic)

CS308¾Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming

CS207, CS208¾Computer Science II:  Data Structures (C and Pascal)

CS121, CS107, CS108¾Computer Science I: Intro. to programming (C++, C, and Pascal)


Ph.D. and MS Thesis Students Advised


  • B.E.E., The Georgia Institute of Technology, 1980
  • M.S.E.E., The Georgia Institute of Technology, 1982
  • M.S., Computer Science, The University of Alabama in Huntsville, 1992
  • Ph.D., Computer Science, The University of Alabama in Huntsville, 1997

Other Credentials

  • Professional Engineer, Georgia
  • IEEE Senior Member
  • Extra Class Amateur Radio License

Curriculum Vitae  Metrics tool developed by Stephen Quattlebaum, my Master’s Thesis student, as part of his master’s thesis, in 2004.  (NOTE: is Stephen Quattlebaum’s web page).

metricstool.html        Metrics Tool Developed by my Fall, 2001 CS650 Course

conceptualgraphtool.html   Conceptual Graphs Tool Developed by my Fall, 2001 CS650 Course