css562 | Graduate
This graduate-level course is 6 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Javaâ ¢ and Object-Oriented Programming Introduction
- Understand object-oriented terminology.
- Setup and use an Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
- Compile and run a Javaâ¢ program.
Graphical User Interface (GUI)
- Apply classes and methods in Object-Oriented Programming (OOP).
- Understand the structure of a Javaâ¢ program with Graphical User Interface (GUI).
- Develop a simple GUI program.
Conditional and Iterative Structures
- Apply standard conditional structures.
- Apply standard iterative structures.
- Develop a GUI based Javaâ¢ program containing conditional and iterative structures.
Simple Data Structure, Files, and Exception Handling
- Apply arrays and ArrayList in Javaâ¢ programming.
- Develop a Javaâ¢ program that includes exception handling.
- Develop a Javaâ¢ program that includes reading and writing data files.
Managing Quality and Reuse
- Understand code reuse.
- Improve quality of code through unit test.
- Apply refactoring.
Leading a Programming Team
- Understand different methodologies in programming.
- Discuss practices and issues in leading a programming team.
- Research current career requirement and opportunity in leading a programming team.
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