MIS 330: Business Application Programming
Management Information Systems
Concepts of object-oriented design and programming for business applications. Topics to be covered include classes and objects, graphical user interface design, arrays, procedures, database file access, drag-and-drop, graphics, animation, and custom controls and objects. Experience in computer program analysis, design, and implementation for business applications.
- Pre-requisite: 54 Completed Hours.
- Lecture: Lecture for MIS 330
- Lecture: Compressed Video for Mis 330
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