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CIS 215 - Introduction to Business Programming

Major Core for both CIS Major and CIS Minor
Prerequisite: CIS 240 or CIS 212 or INF 104 or equivalent with a grade of 'C' or better
Available in: Fall, Spring
Credits: 3
Type: Programming

Catalog Description

Introductory computer programming course using an object-oriented programming language to solve business problems. This course will introduce: algorithm concepts and development; object-oriented programming methodologies; language syntax; graphical interface design and event based programming.

Course Objectives

  1. To learn structured Visual Basic.NET programming concepts and processes

  2. To provide a working knowledge of the general problem solving and program development process using problem decomposition and top-down bottom-up development techniques

  3. To learn to create and incorporate subprograms and reusable source code to enhance programmer productivity

  4. To learn how to create, edit, and test projects, programs, and data files using the Visual Studio.NET integrated development environment

  5. To learn how to create presentation layer code within the Windows XP operating system

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