Tiffani Reardon

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Graduate Courses Taken in Applied Computer Science

Course Title Course Description
CS 6241 - Software Development I This course introduces the software development process while improving programming skills. Topics include object-oriented programming, test-driven development, class design, GUI design and programming, and incremental, iterative development. The coursework assumes that the student has fundamental programming, debugging, and code-interpretation skills in an object-oriented programming language.
CS 6242 - Software Development II This course continues the introduction of the software development process begun in CS 6241. Topics include software development process models, process management, requirements specification, and software modeling.
CS 6251 - Web Technologies I An introduction to the design, development, and implementation of web sites using client-side technologies. Students are expected to develop a dynamic web site using current industry best practices for client-side development.

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CS 6252 - Web Technologies II A continuation of CS 6251: design, development, and implementation of web sites using client- and server-side technologies. Students are expected to develop a dynamic website using current industry best practices for client- and server-side development.

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