Programming in C#
Syllabus for students autumn 2016, autumn 2015, autumn 2014, spring 2014
- Course Code:
- DA204B revision 1.1
- Level of specialisation
- Main fields of study:
- No main fields
- Date of ratification:
- 19 December 2013
- Decision-making body:
- Faculty of Technology and Society
- Enforcement date:
- 20 January 2014
- Replaces Syllabus ratified:
- 28 August 2013
General entry requirement (with the exemption of Swedish language) and specific entry requirement of English B (A6), or equivalent
Specialisation and progression relative to the degree regulations
Single subject course.
The aim of the course is for the students to develop their programming skills to be able to develop structured Windows applications using the C# language and principles of object-oriented programming. Students should gain theoretical and practical knowledge of general programming techniques.
This course is also suitable for students with prior programming experience who wish to strengthen their knowledge in object-oriented programming with Windows.
The course convers the following main topics:
- Object-orientation: class and encapsulation
- Variables, operators, struct and enum
- Sequence, selection and iteration
- Arrays and an introduction to collections
- Graphical user interface
- Documentation and structuring of source code
Knowledge and Understanding
On completion of the course the student should be able to:
- show knowledge and understanding of the fundamental principles of the object-oriented programming
- show knowledge and understanding of the fundamentals of writing applications to solve problems
- demonstrate fundamental knowledge and understanding of the general structure of the C# programming language
Skills and Abilities
On completion of the course, students should:
- show skills in writing simple but well-documented and structured Windows applications with graphical user interface
- show skills in implementing the basic concepts of object-orientation with an in-depth focus on Encapsulation
The course consists of a theoretical and a practical part, including several programming exercises and assignments. It contains a number of mandatory assignments, quizzes and a project work (for higher grades).
Distance Education: The education is offered exclusively online; attendance or other physical presence is neither planned nor required. Students are expected to have access to a PC and Internet.
Requirements for Pass (G): Passed project, passed assignments and passed quizzes.
Requirements for Pass with Distinction (VG): Pass with Distinction on the project as well as the assignments, and a Pass on the quizzes.
Fail (U), Pass (G) or Pass with Distinction (VG).
Course literature and other teaching materials
- Farrell, Joyce (2013) Microsoft Visual C# 2012, An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming International Edition, 5th Edition, Cengage Learning, Boston, ISBN: 9781285096353
- Troelsen, Andrew (2012) Pro C# 5.0 and the .NET 4.5 Framework, 6 edition, Apress, ISBN: 9781430242338
Higher education institutions shall enable students who are participating in or have completed a course to express their experiences and views on the course through a course evaluation to be organized by the higher education institution. The higher education institution shall collate the course evaluations and provide information about their results and any actions prompted by the course evaluations. The results shall be made available to the students.” (HF 1:14).
This course is given in English. All educational materials will be in English.
This course can not be included in a degree together with DA204A Programmering med C#, grundkurs.