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School:
Jackson College
Course:
Cis 165 - Java Programming

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An Introduction to Java Programming and Object Oriented Application Development Syllabus An Introduction to Java Programming and ObjectOriented Application Development Fall 2007 General Course Information Course Section CIS 165 01 Java Programming Instructor Scott Larsen Office JM 150 Office Hours By appointment Mail 2111 Emmons Rd Jackson MI 49201 E mail larsenscottc jccmi edu Web site www jccmi edu Classroom WA 216 Class Times 6 00pm 8 55pm Thursdays Last Day of Class December 14 2007 Prerequisites Textbook Richard A Johnson An Introduction to Java Programming and Object Oriented Application Development Thomson Course Technology 2007 ISBN 0 619 21746 4 Course Objectives This course provides an introduction to Java programming and object oriented application development It is intended for beginning programming students in computer science or computer information systems All fundamental programming concepts including control structures and arrays are covered Advanced topics include graphical user interfaces object oriented application development the UML and the Unified Process Specific topic coverage includes Computers Programming and Application Development Fundamentals of Java Programming Making Decisions with Java Repeating Program Statements Methods and Classes Arrays Characters Strings and Formatting Exceptions and Assertions File Input and Output Graphical User Interfaces Object Oriented Application Development Part I Object Oriented Application Development Part II An Introduction to the UML An Introduction to the Unified Process 1 An Introduction to Java Programming and Object Oriented Application Development Syllabus Web Site Supplementary information for the course is available at course com The Web site contains class notes PowerPoint slides class announcements the course syllabus test dates and other information for the course E Mail All students are requested to obtain an e mail account If you have any questions about the course or need assistance



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