Welcome to Object Oriented Programming
In this course you will learn the fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming and learn to use the Java programming language.
Week 1: Introduction to Java
Week 2: Using Data and Expressions
Week 3: Selection Statements
Week 4: Math Functions, Characters, and Strings
Week 5: Loops
Week 6: Methods
Week 7: Arrays
Week 8: Objects and Classes
Week 9: Object Oriented Thinking
Week 10: Inheritance and Polymorphism
Week 11: Exceptions and Text I/O
Week 12: Team Project: Requirements and Design
Week 13: Team Project: Development
Week 14: Team Project: Development and Final testing
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
Write computer programs that utilize introductory programming concepts, including control structures, modularity, and arrays.
Develop algorithms to solve problems, then code, test, and debug the algorithms in Java using an integrated development environment (IDE).
Develop classes, methods, and objects in Java that use aggregation, inheritance, and polymorphism.
Define variable and method scope; recognize local, instance, and class variables and instance and class methods; write Java programs that appropriately use each of the variable and method scopes.
Distinguish among private, default, protected, and public visibilities, and write Java programs that appropriately use each. Read and draw UML class and write Java programs that satisfy those diagrams.
Develop classes and functions to read and write both string and binary data from and to a file.
Develop, create and run unit test for the functions you develop.
Introduction to Java Programming, Liang, 11th Edition
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Exams: There will be two exams during the semester and a final programming project at the end of the semester. Exams will constitute 20% of your final grade and the final project will constitute 15% of your final grade.
Homework: Students will be given a number of programming assignments to be done each week. All homework is expected to be complete and submitted on I-Learn by the assigned due date. Your homework will constitute 60% and participation points will constitute 5% of you final grade.
Late Work Policy: Students will lose 20% a day for late work.
Participation: Students will be required to participate in weekly discussion boards on I-Learn. Students will be expected to post one question each week, and respond to at least two questions posted by other students.
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Where do I Get Help?
This course uses specialized practices and resources that may require additional support not normally offered to other courses. As always, you have your online instructor as your first line of support.
For more individual help, feel free to request a tutor at the Online Tutor Center.
If you cheat on any assignment or exam, you receive a zero (0) for that assignment or exam and will be referred to the Student Honor Office. You can read what constitutes cheating on the website of the Student Honor Office.
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