John Jackson

Resident Faculty


Before teaching, I worked in industry in both high-tech and entrepreneurial sectors.  I did research, development, and design of original software and computer systems for plant automation, robotics, digital communications, machinery controls, OEM automated manufacturing systems, and systems integration.  After my industry stint, I started a successful consulting business and co-founded a successful small business.  During the small business venture, I began teaching Statistics, Information Technology, and Computer Science courses at Maricopa Community Colleges, Arizona State University, and Grand Canyon University.  I spent time in Oregon as an Assistant Professor of Information Technology and Business Analytics at Oregon Institute of Technology. 

Prior to SCC, I worked in operations and testing with two major autonomous (self-driving) vehicle companies. 

I attended Baylor University and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Quantitative Analysis.  After Baylor, I attended Texas A&M University and earned an MS in Statistics with a minor in Industrial Engineering.



Course # Class Section Semester Course Title Course Syllabus
CSC100AB 36639 Fall 2021 Intro Computr Sci(C++)
CSC110AB 21472 Fall 2021 Intro Computr Sci(Java)
CSC110AB 21473 Fall 2021 Intro Computr Sci(Java)
CSC110AB 36640 Fall 2021 Intro Computr Sci(Java)
MAT140 21437 Fall 2021 College Mathematics
John Jackson
Location Computers and Mathematics CM-426
Office Hours By Appointment.