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make a java program

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Basic description:  Each departments have different courses, e.g., ITMD 510  Each course may have classes, e.g. ITMD 510-05  School has different kinds of persons: Instructor: teaching classes Undergradate student: taking classes Graduate student: taking classes

Enroll and teaching functions:  Student can enroll in more than one classes. But they cannot enroll in difference classes that belong to a same course.  Each class can be enrolled by multiple students  Each class only have one instructor – they may be the same instructor  One instructor may teach multiple classes  Undergraduate student must take 3 courses  Graduate student must take 2 courses

Requirements 1): [don’t use Java Inheritance]  Create a project named as “Enrollment”. Create a class named as “MyProgram” which will feature with the main method. You should put this class in a Java package named as [url removed, login to view]  Create classes (Person, GraduateStudent, UndergraduateStudent, Instructor, Course, Class) in individual java source codes; put your classes into two different Java packages: [url removed, login to view]: including Java classes like GraduateStudent, Person, UnderGradauteStudent, Instructor [url removed, login to view]: including Java classes like Course and Class  For classes related to human beings, they all have: id, name, gender  For courses and classes, they all have: id, name; class additionally has “sectionID” and “day of week”, such as Monday, Tuesday, etc  Override toString() method for your Java classes if necessary  Create your objects: 1 undergraduate students, 1 graduate students, 3 instructors, 5 courses, 10 classes; complete their enrollment and teachings  You can output a list of all students, instructors and classes  Given a student, your program can output a list classes he/she took  Given an instructor, your program can output a list of classes he/she taught  Use console streams to create students, classes, instructors, complete enrollments and teaching. And your program should complete the output request by using student or instructor as input  You may need to store a list classes for each student/instructor

A sample of console user interface is as follows:

 When you output the student and instructor information, please only update their identity (such as undergraduate student, graduate student, instructor), ID, name and gender;  When you ouput a list of classes given by a student or instructor, please output the couseID, classSectionID, name and day of week;

Requirements 2):  Create a project named as “Enrollment2”.  This time, complete the requirements above, but use Java Inheritance  It is flexible for you to design different classes and inheritance, but you must complete the exactly same functions described with same user interfaces  You must design at least one class as abstract class and have at least one subclass which is derived from this abstract class.  You must design at least one interface and have at least one class which will implement this interface.

Submission Requirements:

 You need to use Eclipse to create two projects: Enrollment and Enrollment2  Your final submissions should include one document and two zip files  The document includes the snapshots of your programs which can demonstrate how your programs work – they should show you have completed each requirements – similar to the inputs and outputs in the console user interfaces  You should zip your Eclipse project folders and submit two zip files: [url removed, login to view] and [url removed, login to view] – each zip file should include your entire Eclipse project folder, for example, your source codes must be included

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