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CSCI 1302

Software Development

Software development techniques in an object-oriented computer language. An intermediate programming course emphasizing systems methods, top-down design, testing, modularity, and structured techniques. Applications from areas of numeric and non-numeric processing and data structures.

This course is the 2nd in a 2-­‐part series of courses introducing students to the Java programming language. This course includes group work and/or pair-­‐ programming. As per the CSCI Department’s requirements, all coursework in major-­‐related courses and prerequisite courses needs a grade of “C” or higher.

Credit Hours:
CSCI 1301 - 1301L
Semester Offered:
Course Information File:
CIS_CSCI_1302_1.pdf (129.57 KB)

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