SE 450 Object-Oriented Software Development
This course studies Principle, techniques and tools of object-oriented modeling, design, and implementation of large-scale software systems. The students will learn the real-world aspects of object orientation by putting the concepts into practice.
- Principles of object-oriented programming languages
- Principles of object-oriented design
- UML diagrams (class, object, sequence,...)
- Quality metrics and Refactoring of object-oriented design
- Testing methodologies
- Design Patterns
- In-class and Forum Participation
- Research Presentation
- CSC 403 | DATA STRUCTURES II (or equivalent courses on data structures)
- Java and UML will be used for source code examples, assignments, and exams.
- Some experience programming in Java or another C-like language is required. This is not an introductory Java course. You will practice coding in this course and must be comfortable implementing simple data structures.
This syllabus is subject to change as necessary during the quarter. If a change occurs, it will be thoroughly addressed during class, posted under Announcements in D2L and sent via email.
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