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National College Credit Recommendation Service
Javaonline.org, LLC | Evaluated Learning Experience
Advanced Java II (JV202P)
Varies-distance learning format.
Online throughout the U.S.
December 2010 - February 2016.
Instructional delivery format:
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: use the AWT Graphics class to draw text, lines and basic shapes; set the font and color of text; fill shapes, create a Graphical User Interface (GUI) using AWT; add text fields, push buttons, labels, check-boxes, radio buttons, lists, drop down boxes, scrollbars, option panes, dialogs, menus, panels, canvasses, and frames using both AWT and Swing; use layout managers, handle mouse and keyboard events; respond to user interaction by implementing MouseListener, ItemListener, ActionListener and KeyListener interfaces; create applets and execute them via HTML; create a client-server application that communicates both ways via sockets and ports; describe the use of IP addresses and protocols in networking; explain the pieces that make up a URL or web address; use the URL library class in an applet to open web pages, describe the basic security API classes such as FilePermission and SocketPermission; load image files using AWT and Swing; play audio clips in an applet; create animations using text and images; develop image maps.
This course is taught in an online, module format consisting of on-going and cumulative competency based assessments (quizzes, code writing, and proctored final exam) with instructor feedback throughout.
In the lower or upper division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 2 semester hours in Computer Science or Java Programming (11/10). NOTE: JV101P, JV201P, and JV202P may be taken in sequence for 6 semester hours in Computer Science or Java Programming.NOTE: In order to receive credit recommendations, students must take proctored exam at an authorized third party testing location.