CIS-2271 Java Programming

3 credits

Prerequisite: None.

This course will introduce the student to basic concepts of Java and Object Oriented Programming (OOP). The course begins with basic concepts of OOP. These include classes, objects, inheritance, polymorphism, and object oriented design. The course will then cover the language features of Java. The topics in this section are: program structure, statement and field types, operators, expressions, and control structures. The course then returns to OOP features of Java, focusing on object data types, strings, methods, classes and constructors. The final section addresses graphical user interface (GUI). The topics are: applets, GUI components (e.g. buttons), event processing and frames. (Shared course in VSC)