Object-Oriented Programming with Java Part II Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) is a programming paradigm that is widely used in software development. It involves breaking down complex programs into smaller, more manageable modules called objects. Each object has its own unique behavior, attributes, and data. Java is one of the most popular programming languages that use the OOP paradigm, and this course, Object-Oriented Programming with Java Part II, builds upon the knowledge and skills learned in Part I. The course is designed to help intermediate-level Java developers deepen their understanding of OOP concepts, as well as learn new techniques for creating powerful, scalable, and maintainable software applications. The curriculum covers a wide range of topics, including inheritance, polymorphism, encapsulation, abstract classes, interfaces, and more. One of the key features of this course is its hands-on approach. Students will have the opportunity to work on real-world projects that will help them apply the concepts they learn in class. They will also have access to a variety of resources, including online tutorials, reference materials, and interactive code samples. Throughout the course, students will work on several projects, each of which will challenge them to apply the principles of OOP in creative and innovative ways. They will learn how to use inheritance to create new classes that build upon existing ones, how to use polymorphism to create flexible and adaptable software, and how to use interfaces to define common behaviors across multiple classes. In addition to these core concepts, the course also covers advanced topics, such as Java collections, JavaFX, and Java 8 streams. Students will learn how to use these features to create powerful, data-driven applications that can handle large volumes of data and respond to user input in real-time. By the end of the course, students will have a deep understanding of OOP concepts, as well as the practical skills needed to create robust, scalable, and maintainable software applications using Java. They will be well-prepared to take on more advanced Java programming challenges, as well as pursue a variety of career paths in software development, including web development, mobile app development, and enterprise software development.