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ICT 4361 - Java Programming

This course enhances the student's experience in object-oriented design and software development by performing and discussing OO design for re-use of general purpose applications and small Java applications, including the Java Collection API and Swing user interface classes. Topics include the use of Java as an object-oriented programming language, including encapsulation, simple inheritance, and polymorphism; design of Java classes using Java interfaces and packages; implementation of design patterns in working Java code; and use of Java Base Classes. The course will also address the use of Java IDEs such as Eclipse and NetBeans. Note: This course does NOT address JavaScript. Prerequisites: ICT 4300, ICT 4305, ICT 4315.


Winter 2018 - On campus (CRN - 4940)

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