Visual Basic II
Jean P Houser, Professor
T 10:00 am – 11:00 am
W 10:00 am –
R 10:00 am – 11:00 am
Object-oriented program development using Microsoft Visual Basic .Net and the Visual Studio .Net integrated development environment (IDE). The course emphasizes developing business information for MIS students. Prereq: BUIS 1300 and 3100
The goals of this course are as follows:
n To provide the student with a firm foundation in a high-level programming language that is object oriented, which includes inheritance and polymorphism.
n Students will learn to design and develop applications that run under Windows.
n Mobile Applications Using Decision Structures
n Object Oriented Programming
n Deploying Windows Applications
n Exception Handling
n Cell Phone Applications and Web Services
n Error Traps and Help Files
n Pop-up Help Windows
n Online HTML Help
n Runtime Exceptions, Error Traps, Handlers, and Messages
Gain an understanding and ability of how to code in Visual Basic, a high-level programming language, using object-oriented programming approach for a three-tier database application.
For students who have
a specific physical, psychiatric, or learning disability and require accommodations,
please let me know early in the quarter so that your learning needs may be
appropriately met. By law, it is your responsibility to provide documentation
of your disability to the Office of Disability Services, located in the
Program assignments (25 pts each), and a system project worth (100 pts).
Points may be awarded based on attendance, neatness of work turned in, courtesy, completion of homework and similar factors.
Grading Scale: 90 – 100 A
80 – 89 B
70 – 79 C
60 – 69 D
Below 60 F
Required. On those rare instances in which you must miss a class, you are responsible for all material covered and announcements made during your absence.
Lecture, class discussions, lab assignments
You are required to do your own work on all tests and assignments. Any form of cheating may result in a grade penalty or being withdrawn from the course as well as dismissal from the University. See page 37 of the
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 require
Introduction to Visual Basic .Net
User Interface Design
Variables, Constants, and Calculations
Decisions and Conditions
Menus, Common Dialog Boxes, Sub Procedures, and Function Procedures
Lists, Loops, and Printing
Multiple document interfaces
Tool bars and Status bars
I will retain all student work submitted for grading for two weeks after the end of the quarter, at which time I will put the material through a paper shredder.
The instructor reserves the right to modify the syllabus without advance notice.