Syllabus - KELCE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS PITTSBURG STATE...

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KELCE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY COMMON SYLLABUS OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING USING JAVA Dwight Strong Spring 2010 CSIS-345-01 3 Credit Hours 1:00 – 1:50 MWF Kelce Room 214 INSTRUCTOR’S CONTACT INFORMATION Kelce Room 223K 620-235-4540 dstrong@pittstate.edu OFFICE HOURS MWF 9:00 – 10:00, 11:00 – 1:00 TTH 11:00 – 12:00 PSU CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION An introduction to advanced object-oriented programming methodologies using the Java programming language. PREREQUISTES CSIS380 Application System s Analysis and Design, or CSIS245 Java Programming, or permission of instructor. COURSE OBJECTIVES/LEARNING OUTCOMES Objective 1: Students will have an understanding of object-oriented systems design and construction techniques. Objective 2: Students will have a basic understanding of UML Modeling techniques. Objective 3: Students will experience implementing object-oriented concepts such as inheritance and polymorphism using the Java programming language. Objective 4: Students will have a working knowledge of the Java programming language
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COURSE OUTLINE Jan 15 Introduction 18 Holiday 15 Spring Break 20 Object Oriented Development 17 Spring Break 22 Object Oriented Development 19 Spring Break 25 Object Oriented Development 22 Review 27 Java Basics 24 EXAM 2 29 Java Basics 26 Data Access Feb
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