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P a g e | 1 Syllabus Last Updated 9/15/2016 Undergraduate Course Syllabus IT 315: Object Oriented Analysis and Design Center: Online Course Prerequisites IT 210 Course Description This course develops software systems engineering principles, combining object-oriented design principles and methods augmented by computer assisted engineering (CASE) technology. The course involves use of the unified modeling language (UML) and, through the vehicle of a student group project, applies these elements to the system development life cycle. This course is writing intensive, as student project teams are required to submit a comprehensive project report and a PowerPoint presentation. Specialized Systems Development Computer Laboratory intensive and open laboratory intensive. Offered every year. Writing intensive course. Course Outcomes Apply object-oriented techniques and methods in analyzing and designing software systems Create UML functional models that are clearly articulated, based on software system requirements Create UML structural models that are clearly articulated, based on functional models Create UML behavioral models that are clearly articulated, based on functional and structural models Required Materials Using your learning resources is critical to your success in this course. Please purchase directly through SNHU’s online bookstore, MBS Direct , rather than any other vendor. Purchasing directly from the bookstore ensures that you will obtain the correct materials and that the Help Desk, your advisor, and the instructor can provide you with support if you have problems. Textbook Systems Analysis and Design: An Object-Oriented Approach With UML Alan Dennis, Barbra Haley Wixom, and David Tegarden John Wiley & Sons Fifth edition 2015 ISBN: 978-1-118-80467-4
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P a g e | 2 Syllabus Last Updated 9/15/2016 Software Requirement This course requires use of SNHU ’s virtual desktop ( VDI) environment. Directions to access the VDI are available here: VDI Instructions . You will need to choose one of the following software applications to generate UML diagrams: draw.io JGraph Ltd Visio Professional 2013 Microsoft Instructor Availability and Response Time Your class interaction with the instructor and your classmates will take place in Blackboard on a regular, ongoing basis. Your instructor will be actively engaged within the course throughout the week. You will normally
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