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CSI2441 Applications Development
Credit Points: 15
CSI2341 Systems and Database Design
CSI2341 Systems and Database Design
This unit covers the concepts of methodologies, development models and historical issues affecting the development of software applications. It includes the design of user interfaces including colours, shapes and standards. Issues affecting modern application design including security, prototyping, deployment and licensing will also be considered

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
G39Bachelor of Computer Technology - Bunbury
B39Bachelor of Science (Software Engineering)
SPINFOInformatics Area of Specialisation
SMNETCInternet Computing 10 Unit Supporting Major
SMCNETInternet Computing 8 Unit Supporting Major
MINETCInternet Computing Minor
SMSOFTSoftware Engineering 10 Unit Supporting Major
SMCSOFSoftware Engineering 8 Unit Supporting Major
STSOFTSoftware Engineering Major
MASOFTSoftware Engineering Major
MACSSESoftware Engineering Major
MACSSESoftware Engineering Major
MISOENSoftware Engineering Minor
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 18/11/2004