Java Programming I – prg420 (3 credits)
This course introduces object-oriented programming in the context of business applications development. The basics of the Java™ programming language are covered.
Conditional and Iterative Structures
- Design, implement, test, and debug a simple Java™ program containing structures.
- Apply standard conditional structures.
- Apply standard iterative structures.
Fundamental Data Structures
- Design, implement, test and debug a simple Java™ program containing arrays and strings
- Apply arrays and ArrayList in Java™ programming.
- Apply strings in Java™ programming.
Advanced Java™ and Object-Oriented Programming
- Apply classes and methods in Object-Oriented Programming at an advanced level.
- Explain inheritance.
- Design, implement, test and debug a simple Java™ program addressing inheritance.
Java™ and Object Oriented Programming Introduction
- Define object-oriented terminology.
- Explain documenting, coding, compiling, executing, testing, and debugging Java™ programs.
Explain the Java™ Virtual Machine (JVM).
Java™ and Object-Oriented Programming Fundamentals
- Apply simple I/O and basic computation.
- Apply classes and methods in Object-Oriented Programming.
- Design, implement, test, and debug a simple Java™ program containing objects.
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