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Level 2 Papers >> B Semester
COMP204B Object-Oriented Program Design

10 Points

This paper introduces students to O-O programming using Java, software engineering methodologies, and an introduction to design patterns.

Learning Outcomes
Students who pass this paper will be able to explain and compare several widely-used software development methodologies and will be experienced in applying the key practices of those methodologies.

Pre Requisite Papers
COMP203 Programming with Data Structures

Restricted Papers
COMP206 General Programming 2
COMP209 Object Oriented Programming
COMP231 Software Engineering Development
COMP242 Software Engineering Process

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B Semester

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Timetable
Official Timetable Information

Lectures:

    Tuesday(242+204)15:00 - 16:00L.G.03
    Thursday(242+204)17:00 - 18:00L.G.02

Tutorial:

    Thursday(242+204)10:00 - 11:00A.G.30

Compulsory Components
All tests and assignments are compulsory.

Means of Assessment

This paper has four assessment items, 2 assignments and 2 tests, each worth 25% of your final grade. Assignments are completed in groups and tests are written in-class.

Assignments and tests will be assigned a letter grade.

Assessment Ratio
Internal assessment/final examination ratio 1:0

Assessment Deadlines

    Test 1 Date August 23 In class Weight 25%
    Assignment 1 Due September 7 14:00 Weight 25%
    Test 2 Date October 18 In class Weight 25%
    Assignment 2 Due October 19 14:00 Weight 25%

Attendance Policy
Class attendance is expected. The course notes provided are not comprehensive, additional material will be covered in class. You are responsible for all material covered in class.

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