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CS 521 - Object-Oriented Analysis and Design

Course Description: 

This course describes a methodology that covers a wide range of software engineering techniques used in system analysis, modeling and design. These techniques integrate well with software process management techniques and provide a framework for software engineers to collaborate in the design and development process. The methodology features the integration of concepts, including software reusability, frame works, design patterns, software architecture, software component design, use-case analysis, event-flow analysis, event-message analysis, behavioral-life cycle analysis, feature, multiple-product, risk and rule analysis, and automatic code generation. (Credit will not be given for CS 521 if CS751 is taken)

Credit: 

(3-0-3)

Prerequisite: 

[(CS 445 with min. grade of C) OR (CS 487 with min. grade of C)]

Corequisite: 

None

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