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ADVANCED DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Current research and theories in human development relating to motivation, personality, learning and socialization. Case studies and an analysis of various developmental problems.
DESIGN OF OBJECT-ORIENTED LANGUAGES (Formerly SE 580)
This course covers issues in the design and specification of object-oriented programming languages. Sample topics include the use of patterns in program representation, static and dynamic semantics, subject reduction, subtyping, inheritance, polymorphism, genericity and concurrency. PREREQUISITE(S): SE 450.
CDM graduate students in the Preqrequisite Phase are restricted from registering for this class.
Elective Course Sequence: 8 quarter hours, choose 2 courses beyond the core coursework, students will be allowed to elect a sub-specialization from among the following graduate program areas: