Page 1 of 3 COURSE OUTLINE Instructor: Kenneth Lee Moore Semester/Session: Fall 2015 Course Number: CIT130 Course Title: Object-Oriented Programming: Java Course Credits: 4 Lecture hours: 4 Lab hours: 0 Other hours: 0 Pre-requisite(s): CIT111 Co-requisite(s): None Course Description: This course focuses on object-oriented programming and design using the Java programming language. Topics covered are: review of basic Java language elements, language-independent program design skills, object-oriented design, error and exception handling, string processing, input/output streams and files, introduction to data structures, commercial software libraries (API), and graphical user interface components. Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to: 1. Create Java programs using object-oriented design and program structure. 2. Apply Java language elements to create Swing GUI components with event handling. 3. Apply Java language elements to use string processing techniques in a program. 4. Apply Java language elements to create programs with single dimension arrays of primitives and objects. 5. Apply Java language elements to create programs utilizing inheritance.
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- Fall '15
- Object-Oriented Programming, 1982