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Computer Science With Java

(Beginner)

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Language: English

Last Updated:  18/09/2018

Description

The Computer Science with Java course covers the fundamentals of Programming in Java. Basics such as control with if-statements and loops as well as core object-oriented concepts and programming are covered. Then more advanced ideas such as sorting algorithms or recursion are touched on. This course is built with the Computer Science AP curriculum in mind so is ideal for students considering taking that subject.

Learning outcomes:

By the end of this course, students will achieve:

  • Fundamental understanding of Java programming
  • Understanding of Object Oriented Programming Concepts
  • The capability of using Java to write basic programs
  • Fundamental understanding of key concepts covered in Computer Science AP

REQUIREMENTS

  • Basic PC use
  • Python basics (Optional)

Curriculum For This Course

  • Different Data Types
  • Operators
  • Casting
  • Nested Arrays & Loops
  • Exam Style Array/Loop Problems
  • If
  • Else if
  • Else statements
  • Solving problems with flow control
  • What are classes & objects
  • Understanding Instance Variables and Methods
  • Practicing Writing Classes
  • Practice Problems on OOP
  • Writing a simple game using OOP
  • Understanding Class Inheritance
  • Practicing Syntax
  • Bringing All OOP Topics Together
  • Binary Search
  • Finding Max/Min
  • Selection Sort
  • Insertion Sort
  • Recursion

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