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OUR LADY OF FATIMA UNIVERSITY

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OLFU VISION
To improve man as man by developing individuals through a legacy of excellent education and compassionate value formation.

OLFU MISSION

OLFU CORE VALUES

The noble dictum improving man as man embodies the existence of


Fatima Medical Science Foundation and Our Lady of Fatima University
as educational institutions dedicated to the holistic formation of men and
women imbued with the necessary skills, virtues and academic
development. To achieve this end, the university aims to:
Commit itself to the service of society through quality education;
Develop the capabilities of individuals in order to maximize their
potentials;
Nurture future professionals with the requisite academic foundation
and conventional skills so as to mold them into highly-respected leaders
and members of society;
Respond effectively to the changing needs and conditions of the
times through continuing professional education and research;
Inculcate social awareness through community outreach program;
Imbue a deep sense of nationalism and pride in our Filipino
heritage;
Uphold virtues of truth, justice integrity, compassion and faith in
God.

Through innovative learning strategies focused on stong and


updated academic foundation with enhanced industry skills
and experience, a graduate of OLFU is expected to be an
ACHIEVER. In the community and in the workplace, an OLFU
graduate will be known as a person who:
A
Aspires To Do His Best
C
Is Credible And Compassionate
H
Is Hardworking And Honorable
I
Is An Inspiration To Others
E
Is Efficiently Entrepreneurial And Employable
V
Is A Visionary
E
Is Ethical And Has Excellent Work Habits
R
Is Responsible

COLLEGE MISSION

COLLEGE VISION

The College of Computer Studies aims to provide innovative and quality


instruction to the advancement of technology, intends to develop and
entrepreneurial learning environment towards sustainability and growth;
and develop a responsible and morally upright citizens

We are committed to provide accessible and responsive


Information Technology Education (ITE) programs recognized
for their high quality and become the Institution of choice in
producing competent and responsible IT professionals who
are sensitive to the needs and demands of the industry.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (ATTRIBUTES)

A graduate of BS Information Technology is expected to:

1.

Engage
in
professional
organizational
activities and be involved in the learning
process towards the development of individual
skills in the field of Information Technology.

technical

2.

Undertake continuing studies and/or take and pass


certification exams applicable to the field of
specialization.

Establish a professional career comparable to


well-known IT professionals through selfdetermination, focus and perseverance.

3.

Engage in lifelong Information Technology


education through active and empowered
learning.

4.

Fulfill the IT professional roles with a deep


sense of moral and social responsibility.

5.

Possess leadership in the business community


in pursuing Information Technology
advancement.

1.

Participate
in
various
Information
Technology
organizations and serve as a contributor to the
individuals development.

2.

Exercise personal, interpersonal,


competence in the IT profession.

3.

4.
5.

and

Adhere to the ethical and moral standards of Filipino IT


Professional and AITP code of ethics.
Use information communication technology that
serves as a tool to develop innovative business
solutions.

COURSE SYLL ABUS


ADVANCED WEB DEVELOPMENT
COURSE DESCRIPTION

COMPUTER
STUDIES

COLLEGE

DEPARTMENT

IT

COURSE CODE

CS IT ELEC1

This course introduces computer programming using the JAVA programming language
with object-oriented programming principles. Emphasis is placed on event-driven
programming methods, including creating and manipulating objects, classes, and using
object-oriented tools such as the class debugger.

COURSE EXPECTED OUTCOMES (CEO)


DESCRIPTIVE TITLE

JAVA
PROGRAMMING

PREREQUISITE (S)

3rd Year Standing

CREDIT UNIT (S)

3 units

After successful completion of the course, the student should be able to:

1.
2.

Understand fundamentals of programming such as variables, conditional and


iterative execution, methods, etc.
Understand fundamentals of object-oriented programming in Java, including
defining classes, invoking methods, using class libraries, etc.
Be aware of the important topics and principles of software development.

3. COVERAGE PRELIMS
COURSE

4. Have the ability to write a computer program to solve specified problems.


5. Be able to use the Java SDK environment
to create,
debug and run simple Java
UNIT EXPECTED OUTCOMES (UEO)
COURSE
CONTENT

WEEK
CONTACT HOURS Laboratory:
hrs.
PER SESSION:
1

programs

COURSE ORIENTATION:
o Understand the mission and vision of OLFU

COURSE ORIENTATION

OLFU VMV
Analyze how the study of Computer Organization
PEO, PO, CO
shares achieving the vision and mission of the
Course Outline
university
GRADING
SYSTEM
o Analyze the content of the course syllabus
and
The final grade of the student is interpreted as shown on the table below:
requirements.
AVERAGE
100-98
97-95
94-92
91-89
88-86
85-83
82-80
79-76

75

75 BELOW

CONCEPTS
o Provide understanding
the 6 Stages
FINAL GRADE
1.00
1.25
1.50in developing
1.75 PROGRAMMING
2.00
2.25
2.50
2.75
3.00
5.0
a computer program
Stages in developing a computer
program
FDA (Failure
due to
Absences) of the different types of
UW (Unauthorized
Withdrawal) INC
o Provide
understanding
Programming Language
(Incomplete)
programming languages
Types of Programming Languages
AW (authorized withdrawal)
NFE (No Final Examination)
o100%
Provide understanding
the difference
Interpreters
2
Laboratory
Machine Problem
(60%) between
Case Study
(20%)and Compilers
Attendance (10%)
Portfolio (10%)
Types of Programming Paradigm
interpreters and compilers
Major Components of OOP
o Provide the understanding of the major
components of OOP

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION


INTRODUCTION TO JAVA LANGUAGE
o Provide
understanding of the different types of
OTHER COURSE
POLICIES
java application
Types of Java
Application
STUDENTS o
COURSE
PORTFOLIO
exercises
and requirements
for the
course are to be complied by the students as part of
Provide
understanding of javaAll
syntax
structure
Characteristics
of Java
their portfolio and must
be made available
for inspection by the instructor before the end of
o Provide understanding about the
the rules in using
Benefits of Java
semester
Java Syntax
variables
3
LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION
Variable
o Provide understanding about ENGLISH
the importance of
Comments
ATTENDANCE comments in programs and itsPer
Section 1551 of CHEDs
Manual of Regulation for Private Educational Institution, a
types
Dataabsences
Type
student who has incurred
more than twenty percent (20%) of the total number of
Operators
school days shall not Java
be given
credit to the course regardless of class standing. For further
provisions of the said policy, please refer to the OLFU Student Handbook.
o Provide understanding about the different uses of CONDITIONAL STATEMENTS
COURSE CONSULTATION
conditionalSCHEDULE
statements
If-Else Statement
of Faculty:
4-5
o Give the implementation andName
process
of each ofMs. Marissa G. Chua, MaCoEd
If- Else If Statement
technique
COURSE REVIEW AND ENHANCEMENT
Chair: Ms. Marissa G.Switch
Chua,Statement
MaCoEd
MEMBERS
6

Members: PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

o
7-8

o
9-10

o
o

11

12

18

METHODS

Provide understanding about the different uses of ARRAYS


array and its dimensions.
Give the implementation and process of each
technique
Provide understanding about the string functions STRING
in java
Give the implementation and process of each
technique

LOGIN AND REGISTRATION IN JSP AND MYSQL


Provide understanding about the different
implementation techniques in creating Login and
Registration JSP webpages with MySQL
Database Connectivity

Present their case study on Java Programming

14-15

16-17

Provide understanding on different declaration


components of methods
Give the implementation and process of each of
technique

MIDTERM EXAMINATION

o
13

LOOPING
Provide understanding on different uses of looping
statements
For
Give the implementation and process of each of While
Do-While Loop
technique

CASE STUDY PRESENTATION

FINAL EXAMINATION

STATEMENTS
Loop
Loop

PREPARED BY:

ENDORSED BY:

Ms. Marissa G. Chua, MaCoEd


MIT
Course Coordinator
Computer Studies
Date: May 2016

Mr. Arfel V. Aguilar


Program Head, IT
Date: May 2016

APPROVED BY:

, MIT

Mr. Arfel V. Aguilar,


Dean, College of
Date: May 2016