Multitier enterprise applications using J2EE technology with enterprise javabeans (EJBs), Java messaging service (JMS), and other J2EE technologies. Applications that provide or use web services. Building enterprise applications using J2EE and other technologies.

Oasis Title


Grading System

A-F (Traditional)


MIST 7570

Course Objectives
  1. Develop ability to utilize latest J2EE specification to develop reliable, scalable, secure transaction-oriented Web applications.
  2. Develop ability to deploy J2EE applications using a J2EE-compliant application server.
  3. Learn to write and implement various enterprise javabean components such as entity beans, session beans and message driven beans.
Topical Outline
  1. Overview of J2EE technology.
  2. Packaging and deploying EJB components.
  3. EJB Container Managed Persistence.
  4. EJB Container Managed Relationships.
  5. EJB Query Language.
  6. J2EE Messaging applications and message driven beans.
  7. J2EE transactions.
  8. J2EE exceptions.
  9. J2EE security.
  10. Web services with J2EE.
  11. Architecting and designing systems with J2EE.
  12. J2EE best practices.
Honor Code Reference

Students are expected to adhere strictly to the University Honor Code and Academic Honesty Policy and to follow generally accepted standards of honesty in all assignments and examinations.

Syllabi MIST 7571
Credit Hours 3.0