ICT 4305 (4 credits)

Object-Oriented Methods

This course introduces the object-oriented view of software analysis, modeling, and design. It defines all of the relevant concepts needed to understand the paradigm. A complete graphical notational scheme is taught for the purpose of diagramming objects and object interactions. The course covers the design, evolution, modification, and test/verifications phases of object-oriented development in some depth. Since project management plays a key role in the success of object-oriented development, its relation to the development process is discussed. The course also surveys the various object-oriented languages and tools available. Prerequisites: ICT 4300.

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Sections: Summer Quarter 2018

CRN 1666

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Per Credit: $686

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Technology Fee: $4/credit hour for each class taken for credit
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