This Java course will familiarize the student with the fundamentals of the Java language including data types, operators, expressions, event-driven programming, and conditional statements. Students will learn how to set up an environment for developing Java programs, define classes and utilize class objects. Object-oriented programming concepts including encapsulation and inheritance will be explored. Other topics include string manipulation, Collections, Array Lists, Exception Handling, and creating graphical user interfaces (GUI). Software architectural patterns, such as model-view-controller (MVC), will be introduced. Students will use the JDBC API to connect to a database. PREREQUISITE: 10152135 Program Logic.
This course will provide an in-depth look at how to apply some of the more advanced features of the Java language. It is intended for students with a solid grasp of Java language basics and object-oriented concepts. Students will create applications that connect to a database and continue to explore software architectural patterns. Students will transition into developing Java applications for the web using Java Server Pages (JSP), and Servlets. PREREQUISITE: 10152106 Java Programming - Beginning.
The third class of the Java sequence explores advanced Java topics within the Java EE application platform. Topics include JSPs, Servlets, session management, Expression Language, JSTL, JavaBeans, asynchronous processing, and tag files. Other topics include working with HTTP requests and responses as well as security concepts. Student will develop an application that uses JDBC in order to access a database. PREREQUISITE: 10152107 Java Programming - Advanced.
Total: 9 Credits
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