|Undergraduate Course Details|
|Title||Object-Orientation and Problem Solving Strategies|
This course presents a basic treatment of the use of toolkits, frameworks, and design patterns in object-oriented design and programming. The concepts of composition, component reuse, inheritance, and parameterization (templates) are studied and used to develop problem-solving strategies, which are then implemented in one or more current object-oriented languages. (Consult the instructor for the language(s) to be used.) Three lecture hours and two hours of scheduled laboratory per week, plus extensive programming work outside of class.