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How can we best manage the environment, given the pressures that threaten its future? How do
we design more sustainable practices and use technology effectively while doing so? The BSc
(Honours) Environmental Management and Technology is a must for anyone with an interest in
this critical subject. Students’ll explore the complexities of the natural and built environments;
how our activities influence them both; and how they influence what we do, whether at home, in
communities or in organisations. This interdisciplinary degree combines aspects of science,
management, technology and social science to help students understand the environmental
systems in which we live and work, and how we can improve the way we act within them.
They’ll gain the knowledge and skills needed to understand and manage local, national and
international environmental problems more sustainably, as well as developing their analytical,
design and systems thinking skills.
Welcome to CSO 3001!
In this course you will be introduced to object-oriented approaches to software development that are widely applicable in the creation of software that meets the needs of its users: from small, simple systems to large, complex ones. These approaches take you from an analysis of what is required of a system through its specification, design and implementation. They include concepts such as use case design; the construction of structural and dynamic models; and the specification of classes. You will also be introduced to the role of user interface design within software development, and to some key aspects of testing software.
Using paper-based materials and computer-based practical exercises you will learn about fundamental software development ideas, illustrated by small sample systems. You will participate in the development of these systems through examples and guided exercises. You will discover how to develop a software system by creating models using the industry standard Unified Modelling Language (UML). You will apply and extend your understanding of object-orientated technology and of Java, and will implement code using NetBeans, a widely used integrated development environment from Oracle (previously Sun Microsystems). As well as learning techniques and processes that you can use when developing your own software, you will meet concepts that underpin the theory of software development, such as software development methods and reusable software components.
Welcome to CSO2001! This course introduces learners to three main topics, namely: Linux Operating System, Networking and Robotics. Through a study of this course, learners will be enabled to gain fundamental and essential knowledge and skills in these three key areas of computing and information technology.