Nov 26, 2020
INT-2200 Programming in Java
Comprehensive course in Java incorporating the concepts covered in INT-1111 and applying them specifically to the Java programming language. Topics include object-oriented programming (classes/objects), control structures, methods, arrays, polymorphism, inheritance, recursion, exception handling, graphical user interfaces, file input/output.
Prerequisite(s): INT-1111 with grade of C or higher.
Formerly offered as CIS-2200. Students may not receive credit for both CIS-2200 and INT-2200.
3 class/3 lab hours.
(Not offered summer.)
- Contrast procedural languages with object-oriented languages.
- Describe the main features of the Java language.
- Write, compile, and execute a Java program.
- Create programs that leverage variables, constants, arrays, arithmetic operators, and logic structures.
- Create and use Java classes, objects, and methods, leveraging object-oriented techniques
- Create interactive Java programs and Java applets
- Explain event-driven programming
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