Object-Oriented Analysis, Design, and Programming SCE1306


A candidate who has completed the course will have a learning outcome in the form of acquired knowledge, skills, and general competence, as described below.


The candidate will be able to:

  • explain the meaning of a development process in software development,
  • describe the concept of analyzing and designing object-oriented software using Unified Modeling Language (UML),
  • give an overview of software testing and software source control.


The candidate will be able to:

  • use Unified Process (UP) as a software development process in software development,
  • analyze and design an object-orientated software application for the process industry,
  • implement the results from the design phase as a software application.

General competence

The candidate will be able to communicate acquired knowledge in analyzing and design phases of object-orientated software via technical report writing.


The course is an introduction to object oriented analysis, design and programming of software applications. The course contains a short introduction to the C# programming language and software development processes with focus on the Unified Process (UP). The main focus of the course is object-oriented analysis and design using Unified Modeling Language (UML) diagrams. Analysis phase consists of requirement collections, and UML Use Case and Domain Model diagrams. The design phase consists of the usage of patterns, UML interaction and class diagrams. Introduction to the implementation phase by converting the information in UML diagrams into C# based software applications. The course also contains introductions to software testing and source control.

Arbeids- og læringsformer

Lectures, exercise and assignments are used.

Lectures are used to highlight the main topics of the course, facilitating knowledge.

Exercise in C# programming to repeat programming knowledge and improve the programming skills.

During the semester the students will work with several assignments. These assignments will be based on problem based learning giving the students better understanding of specific subtopics in the course and general competence in writing scientific reports with citing and referencing sources.


A set of mandatory assignments count 30% and an individual written final test counts 70% of the final grade. The grades A to F are used. There will only be one common grade for all the assignments. All mandatory assignments and the final test must be passed to get a final grade better than F.

All written and printed study aids are permitted on the final test.

The assignments and the final test are used to assess knowledge and skills. The assignments are also used to assess general competence.

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Publisert av / forfatter Unni Stamland Kaasin <Unni.S.KaasinSPAMFILTER@hit.no>,Nils-Olav Skeie <Nils-Olav.SkeieSPAMFILTER@hit.no> - 07.04.2014