Post by DeliciousMist on Nov 11, 2012 22:23:50 GMT -5
Java Programming - Beginning This is an introductory course in Java programming. The course will familiarize the student with the fundamentals of the Java language including data types, operators, expressions, and conditional statements. Students will learn how to set up an environment for developing Java programs, define classes and utilize class objects. Object-oriented topics including encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism will be explored. Other topics include Arrays, Exception Handling, and Packages.
Object-Oriented Design with UML This course provides practical, introductory-level systems analysis experience. Emphasis is on the design of physical system elements using the Unified Modeling Language. Design will include: data design, object-oriented design, user interface design, and system interface design. The use of CASE tools is integrated throughout the course to enhance the design experience.
Programming in SQL The course covers database design techniques, database manipulation techniques, and database integrity techniques using the SQL programming language. Students will also learn management tasks and security features implemented by server administrators.
Advanced .NET Programming This course provides the student with an object-oriented view of the .NET development environment using C# language. Some of the topics covered include classes, instance, encapsulation, polymorphism, and inheritance. Emphasis is placed on using C# to write class libraries of reusable code, ActiveX components, ActiveX controls, and error-handling routines.
I'm pretty excited, though I'm concerned about my workload & my 32+ hour work weeks. Might have to limit my availability at work.
Andre I hate to be judgemental, but why are your courses so retarded? You were taking "History of Rap". Among "Life Beyond Earth", "Metal", "Intertextualities" and "Philosophy". As much as I despise Philosophy as a subject, it's the most worthwhile course you appear to be taking. What the hell could you possibly do with your life taking courses like those?