Algorithmic Concepts (3) Using state-of-art programming language; concepts, program structure and design, documentation, file handling, and elementary data structures are introduced.
MIS 307 Algorithmic Concepts (3)
MIS 307, Algorithmic Concepts , is a required course for information systems majors in the business program. The objective of the course is to present students with the principles of object oriented design and programming using a state-of-the-art programming language such as C++ or Java. Concepts include algorithm development, programming structure, documentation, UML modeling, file management, and elementary data structures such as arrays.
This course requires the students to demonstrate their mastery of object oriented design and programming through a series of individual programming assignments. In addition, students are assigned a team project to foster problem solving, communication, and team skills required in the Information Technology work force.
MIS 307 will be offered once per semester with multiple sections based on student enrollment and demand.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.