The course focuses on how to design and build process, object and event models that are translatable into project specifications and design. Topics include an overview of systems analysis and design; a framework for systems architecture; design and development using data modeling; object modeling, entities, relationships, attributes, scope rules and influences; and event models, messaging and application activation.
First day attendance is mandatory.Note: Students are responsible to both be aware of and abide by prerequisites for ICS courses for which they enroll, and will be administratively dropped from a course if they have not met prerequisites.
4 Undergraduate credits
Effective August 1, 1998 to present
- Use analysis techniques to discover and specify objects/classes.
- Use design techniques to place methods in the appropriate classes.
- Make use of the most popular design patterns.
- Implement user interface code at appropriate times in Unified Process.
- Use principles of the agile methodology by following the Unified Process.
- Use the Unified Modeling Language to document his/her work.
|50||Software Design Models||Bile Hassan, Ismail||Books for ICS-370-50 Summer 2023||Course details for ICS-370-50 Summer 2023|
|01||Software Design Models||Carlson, Timmothy S||Books for ICS-370-01 Fall 2023||Course details for ICS-370-01 Fall 2023|
|01||Software Design Models||Carlson, Timmothy S||Books for ICS-370-01 Spring 2024||Course details for ICS-370-01 Spring 2024|