2014-2015 Walden University Catalog (December 2014) 
    
    Jul 09, 2020  
2014-2015 Walden University Catalog (December 2014) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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CMIS 1004 - Object-Oriented Programming Concepts


(5 cr.) Information systems rely on underlying programs that respond to users and process information. An information systems specialist must understand the structure and purpose of programs and be able to work with programmers to ensure designs that meet system requirements. Object-oriented programming (OOP) and design facilitates this by presenting information systems as classes and objects that represent complex system contexts in a manner directly transferrable to programming specifications. This course introduces students to fundamental aspects of computer programming in an object-oriented language. Students learn about key concepts, including real-world objects and methods in an information systems context. They engage in hands-on practice in designing, creating, and running programs and discuss programming and design topics to share ideas and obtain different perspectives. This concept focus enables students to relate programming to information systems and provides a foundation for learning specific programming languages and skills in the future (Prerequisite(s): MATH 1040.)



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