Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Programming

218-13868

Iowa State Course Substitution

Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming

COM S 227

Course Info
International Credits:
6.0
Converted Credits:
3.5
Semester:
fall
Country:
Spain
Language:
English
Course Description:
Competences and Skills That Will Be Acquired and Learning Results Specific competences: - Knowledge of imperative programming basic concepts from an object oriented point of view (PO a,k). - Basic knowledge of the syntax of an object oriented programming language (PO k). - Ability to break down a real problem by following an object oriented methodology, in order to code it into a computer program (PO a,c,e,k). - Knowledge of simple structures for information management (PO a). - Ability to understand technical documents and to reuse third parties programming code (PO a,k). - Basic knowledge of computational complexity (PO a,k). General competences: - Ability to self-organize and individual work and learning process planning (PO k). - Ability to work in groups (PO d). - Oral and writing skills (PO g). - Analysis and synthesis abilities (PO a). - Ability to decide among alternatives (PO e). - Motivation for quality (PO k).

Review

Evaluation Date:
July 11, 2016
Evaluated:
Steven Kautz
Comments: