COMP 305: CONTEMPORARY PROGRAMMING

(F) A study of advanced principles in contemporary languages, such as the Object-Oriented languages, and their use in solving large-scale problems in business. Major topics include defining concepts such as classes and objects, inheritance, and polymorphism. The choice of the programming language may vary depending on current advances in technology and may include Java, Visual C++, or other contemporary programming languages. Prerequisites: Comp 250.

Hours
3