Brad Messner has several years experience teaching across multiple disciplines.
Brad Messner has taught at the Community College of Allegheny County as well as Seton Hill University in the areas of Computer Science, Cybersecurity, Information Systems, Data Science, and Data Security.
Outside of a university, Mr. Messner teaches nationally for tax and accounting organizations with the focus of complex tax scenarios, practice management, and implementing cybersecurity for accounting firms.
Below is a listing of courses and topics Brad Messner has taught. Please reach out if you have questions.
Computer Information Technology (CCAC)
- CIT111 Introduction to Programming – JAVA
- CIT115 Introduction to Information Technology
- CIT145 Programming in C
- CIT161 Visual Basic: Windows Programming
- CIT135 Mobile Apps Programming 1
Data Analytics (SHU)
- SDT100 Introduction to Data Analytics
- SDT200 Practical Data Analytics
- SDT250 Advanced Data Analytics
- SDT300 Data Analytics Capstone
- SDT500 Business Analytics
- SDT502 Data Mining & Big Data
- SDT503 Business Intelligence & Data Visualization
- SCY125 Introduction to Computer Security & Forensics
- SCY295 Network Security 1
- SCY391 Computer Networks Wired and Wireless
Data Science (SHU)
- SDS100 Introduction to Data Science
- SCS116 Computer Ethics and Society
- SCS132 Prog I: Intro to Development
- SCS135 Exper with Computer & IT Professionals
- SCS141 Prog II: Mobile App Development
- SCS142 Prog II: Math & Engineering
- SCS225 Exper with Computer Systems Admin
- SCS230 Database Management Systems
- SCS235 Machine Learning
- SCS250 Programming Languages
- SCS275 Computer Networks Security
- SCS290 App Dev with Data Structures
- SCS297 Advanced Database, Data Mining, & Big Data
- SCS301 Analysis of Mobile Software Systems
- SCS341 Algorithms Analysis
- SCS374 Software Engineering for Mobile Sys
- SCS390 Select Topics: Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Technology
- SCS400 Computer Systems Research/Seminar
* Please Note: this list only includes courses taught, not topics or presentations outside of higher education as those topics change frequently. Please reach out for an updated list of non-classroom topics.