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IS 250. Application Program Development I

Credits: 3
Department: Information Systems
Description: Requirement analysis, program design, design and coding standards. Translating design to programming language, testing and documentation.
Semester Offered:
  • Fall
  • Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Describe the structure of a computer system and the interaction of hardware and software in it.
2. Use fundamentals of algorithms design, apply main program algorithm elements, including variables, assignment and conditional statements, work with strings, loops, functions and procedures, and arrays.
3. Use principles and building blocks of graphical user interface (GUI) to develop professional-look business applications in a visual programming environment.
4. Employ sequential file access to perform data validation and error trapping.
5. Link applications with a relational database and practice simple manipulations and queries in the code.
6. Describe basic ideas of client-server architecture and develop simple web-based applications in a simulated environment.
7. Practice basics of Object-Oriented / Event-driven programming, including objects, properties, methods and events; be able to build and use classes, inheritance, and collections.






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