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IST 600 - Fundamentals of System Development

[4 credit(s)]
Prerequisite: Must be admitted as a graduate student to be eligible for this course. This is an introduction to computer programming for Business and Information Science students. No previous experience and knowledge of programming is required. Visual Basic .Net is used to teach solid programming concepts and practices. The course is divided into two parts: (a) An introduction to foundations in programming, and (b) Advanced development of business solutions using the OOP approach. The first part of the course teaches the elementary building blocks of programming; variables, arrays, user-defined types, flow-control, and decision making. The goal of the second of this course is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of object-oriented system development. Though the main focus of the course is on the VB. NET programming language and its use in OO system development, it also provides in-depth introductions to ASP.NET and HTML programming languages.


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