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CSP3241 Internet and Java Programming
Credit Points: 15
CSP1150 Programming Principles , or equivalent and one other programming language unit

This unit is for programmers who are looking to prepare advanced java programs for the Internet. Using object oriented design and programming techniques, the unit will investigate the following aspects of Java technology including advanced graphical user interface components, exception handling, multithreading, the incorporation of graphics and multimedia, java database connectivity, networking and security. A study will also be made of some advanced Java web technologies including servlets, Java Server Pages, web services, programming for mobile devices, and enterprise technologies (Enterprise Javabeans). New developments in Java technology will also be discussed.

This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
E50Bachelor of Engineering (Communication Systems)/Bachelor of Science (Computer Science)
K03Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems)/Bachelor of Computer Science
E52Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems)/Bachelor of Science (Computer Science)
K02Bachelor of Engineering (Electronic Systems)/Bachelor of Computer Science
E51Bachelor of Engineering (Electronic Systems)/Bachelor of Science (Computer Science)
SMCCOMComputer Science 8 Unit Supporting Major
MICOMPComputer Science Minor
MACOMPComputer Science Major
MACSCIComputer Science Major
MACSCIComputer Science Major
MICOSCComputer Science Minor
MACOMPComputer Science (only available in Bachelor of Business) 8 Unit Supporting Major
745Graduate Certificate in Information Technology
U38Graduate Certificate in Network Technology
SPIMMInteractive Multimedia Area of Specialisation
MACSMCMobile Computing Major
MACSMCMobile Computing Major
SMMOBCMobile Computing 8 Unit Supporting Major
MIMCOMMobile Computing Minor
SPPROGProgramming Area of Specialisation
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2006 VET: 31/03/2006