UNISA Short Course in Introduction to Visual C#.Net
This module gives to both experienced programmers and beginners, insight to the relatively new programming language C#. On completion of this module, the student is expected to be familiar with the .Net environment and various object-oriented and event-driven programming techniques. The learner is exposed to the design of real life application in a short period of time (rapid application development)
Individuals with or without programming background
Junior developer and professionals not familiar with C#.
NQF Level 4 – Matric Certificate
- The course is offered using the ODL model of UNISA:
- Text book and additional material: Learners will be expected to work through the prescribed textbook as well as additional study material that may be required.
- Tutorial Letters: Learner will be provided with tutorial matters necessary for the understanding of the course contents as well as the completion of required assignments
- Software: Learners will be supplied with software for the completion of practical works.
- Online-material: Additional support material will be made available to students on the course website.
- Workshops: In certain circumstances practical workshops will be organized whenever necessary.
- Telephone and e-mail support: This will be the preferred means of communication.
- The Internet: It will be used as an additional communication tool between the learner (feedbacks and assignments memos) and the students (Assignment Submission).
- Study material will be in English only
- Formative Assessment: Learners will be required to complete assignments which will form an inherent part of their preparation for the examination.
- Summative Assessment: Final assessment by means of a 2-hour written examination.
The syllabus is a combination of different types of knowledge, (concepts, processes, contexts) skills and values, and includes the following:
- Using GUI objects and the Visual Studio IDE
- Programming Fundamentals : Variables, Procedures and Functions
- Decision Making : If then and Case statements
- Looping: For Loop and While Loops
- Data Structures : Arrays and Strings
- Using Classes and Objects : Inheritance and Polymorphism
- Exception Handling
Mr L Aron BSc Honours – UNISA
School of Computing
Office: Block C 4-82, Cnr Christiaan de Wet and Pioneer Avenue, Florida Campus, UNISA
Tel: 011 670 9102
Centre for Software Engineering
Office: Block C 3-06, Cnr Christiaan de Wet and Pioneer Avenue, Florida Campus, UNISA
Tel: 011 670 9131 / 9139