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Number:CS218
Name:Java Programming
Description:This course introduces the student to the concepts, theory, and practice of the object-oriented programming language using Java. Concepts are reinforced with projects, reading, and testing of concepts.
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s):
A 100-level computer course or permission of instructor

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, student should be able to: Demonstrate an understanding and use of the Visual J# development environment and tools. Demonstrate an understanding of programming analysis and application development. Demonstrate an understanding of object oriented programming concepts. Demonstrate an understanding of classes collections and controls. Demonstrate and understanding of advanced programming concepts. Be able to compare/contrast different programming languages

Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher
F 2012 Java Illuminated - With CD 1-4496-3201-7 Anderson, Julie 3RD 12 Jones & Bartlett Publishe
S 2012 JAVA Illuminated - An Active Learning Approach Anderson 3rd Jones & Bartlett
S 2011 JAVA 6 ILLUMINATED (W/CD 0-7637-4963-X ANDERSON 2 JONES & BAR
S 2011 JAVA for Students Bell 6th Pearson/Prentice Hal
S 2010 PROGRAMMING IN VISUAL BAS 0-07-351720-8 BRADLEY 7 MCG
S 2009 PROGRAMMING IN VISUAL BAS 0-07-351720-8 BRADLEY 7 MCGRAW-HILL PUBLISHING
S 2009 Programming in Visual Basic 2008 978-0-07-351720-9 Julia Case Bradley McGraw Hill
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