MIS 328

Applications Development I

4 Undergraduate credits
Effective August 24, 2002 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

This course provides an overview of applications development methods for managers of information systems. The course assumes no previous programming experience. The course develops elementary concepts of structured programming in the context of a third generation programming language and then proceeds towards application design using a development environment. Students learn to apply analytical concepts to translate common business problems into programs using proper design, structure, methodology, and syntax. Students are also exposed to release management and version control concepts in the Enterprise. The goal is to understand the management issues in programming and application development.

Learning outcomes

General

  • Achieve familiarity with programming concepts, including object-oriented and event-driven programming.
  • Develop business applications that use databases.
  • Learn Visual Basic techniques for Windows and Web deployment.
  • Learn basic code design methods.
  • Learn basic concepts of managing the application development process.