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COSC 3390
Software Development
Three semester hours.
Provides an intensive implementation-oriented introduction to the software-development techniques used to create medium-scale interactive applications, focusing on the use of large object-oriented libraries to create well-designed graphical use interfaces. Topics include event-driven programming, computer graphics, human-computer interaction (HCI), and graphical user interfaces. Prerequisites: COSC 3301 and MATH 3365.

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