Classes

Course Title Semester
C S 240 Adv Programming Concepts Winter 2019
C S 340 Software Design & Testing Winter 2019
C S 428 Software Engineering Winter 2019
C S 477R Sec Minor Student Teaching Winter 2019
C S 497R Undergraduate Research Winter 2019
C S 498R Undergraduate Special Projects Winter 2019
C S 240 Adv Programming Concepts Spring 2019
C S 477R Sec Minor Student Teaching Spring 2019
C S 497R Undergraduate Research Spring 2019
C S 498R Undergraduate Special Projects Spring 2019
C S 477R Sec Minor Student Teaching Summer 2019
C S 497R Undergraduate Research Summer 2019
C S 498R Undergraduate Special Projects Summer 2019

Biography

Ken Rodham is an Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department at Brigham Young University. He received the Ph.D. in Computer Science from BYU in 1995. His technical interests include network programming, distributed systems, the Java platform, and the Internet. Before coming to BYU, he spent seven years in Silicon Valley developing Internet applications and technologies for a variety of high-tech companies, including Sun Microsystems, Novell, and two Internet start-up companies. In addition to teaching at BYU, he also works with local software companies as a software development consultant.