CSB2125: Programming Logic: Java_BUILD

05/01/2024 to 05/30/2025 • Modified 04/23/2024

Course Description

This semester-long course will introduce the student to the basic concepts of programming in Java. The student will learn and apply key programming concepts such as the use of variables, functions, loops, conditional statements, object-oriented programming, and the use of graphical user interfaces in the Java programming language. Throughout the course, the student will demonstrate mastery by completing practical programming exercises. Upon completing this course, students will be prepared for further programming in Java or can apply their understanding of Java to develop skills with other programming languages.

Prerequisite

Junior Standing

Schedule

Module 1: Intro to Java Programming

Module 2: Using Data

Module 3: Using Methods, Classes, and Objects

Module 4: More Object-Oriented Concepts

Module 5: Making Decisions

Module 6: Using Loops

Module 7: Characters, Strings, and Stringbuilder

Module 8: Arrays

Module 9: Intro to Inheritance

Module 10: Exception Handling

Module 11: File Input and Output

Module 12: Intro to Swing Components (GUI)

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