Object-Oriented Design and Programming in Business (3) Overview of key concepts in object design and the application of these concepts in business software development.
INFSY 535 Object-Oriented Design and Program Development in Business (3)
INFSY 535 will be among the courses making up those prescribed in the MS&IS program and would normally be taken early in the Program. It is a prerequisite to several additional courses that are listed as part of the program. The course is intended to provide students with backgrounds in object-oriented design and to understand the application of these concepts to business problems. Students will learn basic object concepts and develop skills to implement programs utilizing object tools.
As managers in the technology environment, students need to have an understanding of how projects are implemented. To be successful they also need to learn how to work together to design, implement, and manage technology projects.The goals of INFSY 535 are to:
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.