2551-Syllabus-Spring2011

2551-Syllabus-Spring2011 - SYLLABUS - COP2551_12004...

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SYLLABUS - COP2551_12004 INTRODUCTION TO OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING WITH JAVA Spring 2011 Instructor : Dr. Bob Roggio Office Hours : 11-12pm; 1– 2pm; and 4– 5pm Monday and Wednesday Other times by appointment. Office : Building 15 Room 3220 Office phone : 620-2985 – far better to reach me via email. Class Time : Mondays and Wednesdays 4:30pm until 5:45pm Class Location : Building 15 Room 1205 Prerequisites : CGS 1570; also COP 1000 is ve y helpful Also helpful: COP 2120 or COP 2220 Catalog Description: Prerequisite: CGS 1570. This course introduces the principles and practices of Object Oriented (OO) programming. Topics include user interface and problem data classes; class versus instance properties and methods; abstraction; encapsulation; inheritance and multiple inheritance; polymorphism; software design techniques; and problem solving. The concepts are utilized in programming projects. Textbook title : Required Text: Java Software Solutions, 6th edition. by John Lewis and William Loftus. Programming: We will use Netbeans 6.8 or 6.9 co-bundled with the latest version of Java. See my web page for the procedure. Important Dates: See www.unf.edu/registrar page for course drop dates, final exam schedules, several academic policies, holidays, veteran affairs, and more. Before you withdraw from this (or any) class, be sure to read the following policy: http://www.unf.edu/cocse/cis/CIShtml/CIScourseRepeat.html --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My web page : http://www.unf.edu/~broggio . Here you will find copies of my teaching power point slides, project descriptions, syllabus, several helpful links, and more. All deliverables (from projects) will be submitted via the Assignment Link in Blackboard. 1
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Course Objectives : To become familiar with problem solving concepts using the Object-Oriented paradigm. To become skilled at developing object classes and using existing classes. To learn standard OOP concepts, such as abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance and
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