Students will learn Agile and Iterative Development methodologies, such as Unified Process and SCRUM, and use case design and requirements driven design, among other important topics. The course covers the principles of object-oriented design as well as practical considerations for applying these principles. The course includes a comprehensive final project for students to practice requirements gathering and documenting design using different UML diagrams. Upon successful completion of this course, students should have an understanding of the principles of object-oriented design and system modeling and experience in applying these principles to real-world projects.
At the conclusion of the course, you should be able to
- Describe the principles of object-oriented design
- Read and design using UML
- Complete real-world projects utilizing the principles of object oriented analysis an design
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