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Rodney Ulrich, M.S.

Lecturer/Lab Manager, Department of Engineering & Computer Science and APS
Phone: (909) 262-9796
Email: rulrich@apu.edu
Rodney Ulrich was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and moved to Southern California in 1965. He worked as a chemical engineer for Chevron for more than 20 years and retired in 1999. Ulrich also worked for Azusa Pacific University in the Department of Computer Science as the systems administrator for two years. He is responsible for Education Technology at Walnut Valley Unified School District and is a part-time professor in the Department of Computer Science and for the accelerated B.S. in Management Information Systems program within the School of Adult and Professional Studies (APS).

Education

  • M.S. - Computer Science, Azusa Pacific University, 2002
  • M.S. - Chemical Engineering, California Polytechnic University, 1987
  • B.S. - Biochemistry, California Polytechnic University, 1977

Credentials/Certifications

  • Certificated Teaching Credential for California
  • Member of American Society of Chemical Engineers
  • A+ Certification
  • Microsoft Certified Software Engineer Windows 2003
  • Project Management Professional, PMP Certification

Departments

College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

  • Computer Science

School of Adult and Professional Studies

Expertise

  • IT Infrastructure
  • MCSE Windows Server 2008
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification
  • Telecommunications
  • Video Production
  • Web Development

Courses Taught

  • CISS 315 – Structured Programming I
  • CISS 330 – Systems Programming I, C++ Language
  • CISS 335 – Systems Programming II, C++ Language
  • CS 220 - Introduction to Computer Science
  • CS 363 – Web Programming
  • CS 400 – Compiler Construction
  • CS 420 – Telecommunications and Interfacing
  • CS 425 – Fundamentals of Network Administration
  • CS 470 – Software Engineering I
  • CS 480 – Software Engineering II
  • CS 496 – Senior Seminar: Ethics in Computer Science
  • MCIS 250 – Operating Systems
  • MCIS 400 – Client/Server Technology
  • MCIS 420 – Telecommunications and Interfacing