pos408 | undergraduate

.NET I

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This course introduces rapid application development in the context of developing business applications. It develops the skills and knowledge necessary to produce event-driven programs with graphical user interfaces (GUI). Topics include standard Windows® compatible forms, controls, and procedures. The course uses Visual Basic®.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Fundamental Data Structures in Visual Basic®

    • Design and implement Visual Basic® programs involving arrays, file input or output, and structures.
    • Apply arrays in Visual Basic® programs.
    • Apply reading and writing to a Visual Basic® file.
    • Apply structures in Visual Basic® programs.

    Working With Databases in Visual Basic®

    • Explain simple database concepts and their use in Visual Basic® programs.
    • Apply data-bound controls in Visual Basic® programs.
    • Design and implement Visual Basic® programs involving a simple database.

    .NET Environment

    • Explain the .NET environment.
    • Design, code, compile, and execute simple graphical user interface Visual Basic® programs.
    • Apply Visual Basic® controls.

    Visual Basic® and Graphical User Interface Fundamentals

    • Apply simple I/O and basic computation in Visual Basic® programs.
    • Explain event handling in graphical user interface in Visual Basic® programs.
    • Explain variables and data types in Visual Basic® programs.
    • Design and implement Visual Basic® programs involving simple input or output, basic computation, event handling, and variables.

    Conditional and Iterative Structures in Visual Basic

    • Apply standard conditional structures in Visual Basic® programs.
    • Apply standard iterative structures in Visual Basic® programs.
    • Design and implement Visual Basic® programs involving conditional and iterative structures.
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