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CSIS 123C C# Programming - Level 2

Course Description

This course introduces the student to advanced concepts of object-oriented programming (OOP) using the C# programming language. Students will investigate and evaluate various program design methodologies and apply them to programming problems using C#. C# features that will be covered include language syntax, encapsulation, inheritance, polymorphism, graphics, multi-threading, files, streams, and networking. This course is designed for students who wish to further develop their C# programming skills.

By successfully completing this course you will earn 3 units of college credit.

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Course Objectives

  • Develop a program design using any of the following program design methodologies (PDM): structured programming, functional decomposition, Class-Responsibility-Collaborator (CRC) design for complex programming problems.
  • Design structured computer programs.
  • Design and prepare C# programs that appropriately demonstrate exception handling.
  • Construct a C# program that uses advanced graphical user interface components to interact with users.
  • Create standard and complex input/output operations in C#.
  • Compose and synchronize multi-threaded C# applications.
  • Compose a program that Uses inheritance to create custom objects.
  • Produce a program that applies the concepts of polymorphism to create custom C# controls.
  • Design a C# program that uses network sockets to communicate with remote computers.
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 Course Learning Outcomes

  • Create data files via a C# program (based on a problem/case scenario).
  • Read data from data files.
  • Write data to data files.
  • Research and identify some advanced aspect of the C# programming language.
  • Prepare a technical report or presentation on some advanced aspect of the C# programming language.
  • Research and identify career paths related to the C# program of study.
  • Document career paths related to the C# program of study, as well as any qualifications and/or professional certifications that may be associated withthose careers.
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