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CIS 250 - Business Programming II

Prerequisite: CIS 215 with a grade of 'C' or better
Available in: Fall, Spring
Credits: 3
Type: Programming

Course Description

Intermediate computer programming course introducing: data structures; file input-output using sequential and random techniques; database access; business report generation; advanced graphical interface design and event based programming.

Course Objectives

  1. To learn structured Visual Basic.NET programming concepts and processes applicable to modern business programming environments through the implementation of two tier and three tier applications
  2. To learn batch file manipulation using sequential file, indexed file, and relative file organizations with both sequential and random access techniques
  3. To learn report generation and interfacing with printers using standard Windows components
  4. To learn introductory database data access techniques using ADO.NET and Structured Query Language (SQL) against real world business database suites
  5. To learn business data structures and their manipulation
  6. To learn good programming practices for Windows XP based business applications
  7. To learn the multiple document interface (MDI), work with multiple forms, and share business data across the programming project
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