Department of Computer Science
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
Seminar in advanced topics from computer science; content will vary, depending on the interests of the instructor and students (consult department for currently planned topics). May be repeated for additional credit. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
Focuses on writing platform-independent, object-oriented programs that are usable across the Internet. The language uses a write-once, run-anywhere approach, while providing adequate security. Course covers input and output, applets, graphics primitives, control structures, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism, event-based processing, animations, multithreading, exception handling, sandbox security, networking, and java beans. Prerequisite: COSC 110 or equivalent programming course.
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