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ITCP 212 - Modern System Design Foundations


This course will introduce students to the analysis and design of systems using the object-oriented paradigm. Topics include the various approaches to design and analysis, the object-oriented approach to software development, the object-oriented modelling process, and analysis to derive the requirements for a system, the user interface principles, and the user interface development process.

The learning outcomes of this course are:

  • Explaining the object-oriented approach in system design and analysis
  • Analyzing the requirements for non-ambiguity, completeness and consistency
  • Apply the Java Collections Framework in the representation of groups of objects
  • Applying the design principles for user interfaces

Pre-Requisites: ITCP 101

Textbook: Web Development and Design Foundations with HTML5, 7/E, Terry Felke-Morris, Harper College
ISBN-10: 0133571785 • ISBN-13: 9780133571783

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