Description: This is the second course in computer logic and programming and focuses on commonly used abstract data structures and their implementation in an object oriented environment. Programming topics include: recursion, references, memory management and analysis of algorithms. Data-structure topics include: stacks, queues, lists, trees, and collections and their proper application. Object oriented programming topics include encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism. Advanced programming techniques will be introduced to assist students in acquiring a greater proficiency in writing applications and applets of increasing complexity. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.
In this course, students will build on industry standard concepts, techniques, and processes to develop a comprehensive foundation for project management activities. During a project's life cycle, students will develop the critical skills necessary to initiate, plan, execute, monitor, control, and close a project. Students will apply best practices in areas such as scope management, resource allocation, project planning, project scheduling, quality control, risk management, performance measurement, and project reporting. This course prepares students for the following certification exam: CompTIA Project+.