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CS301C: AP Java I
We help students to master college-level material by offering full range of AP preparation for Computer Science. This course will cover syntax, data types, control structures, classes, and methods. This series of courses, CS301-CS304, will cover all the topics required for the AP Computer Science curriculum. This will include data types, control structures, classes, objects, static arrays, dynamic arrays, GUI, interfaces, inheritance, recursion, algorithms, and advanced data structures. We also place a strong focus on Object Oriented Programming with encapsulation, inheritance, composition and polymorphism. The first class session will cover software installation, configuration, and introductions.
- Understand the basic process of how machines interpret Java code
- Learn the syntax of Java
- Understand and utilize a variety of variable types
- Gather and perform operations on user input
- Understand the difference between primitive types and object
- Be able to create as well as understand various methods, if statements, and loops
You will need a PC or Mac computer with webcam, high speed internet, as well as a headphone with a mic.
Please contact us through email or phone, one of our counselors will assist you.
There is only ONE free make up lesson available. Please coordinate with instructors on scheduling.
Our instructor team includes students and graduates of Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering from Accredited Institutions.
This course is approved by College Board. It will allow you to take the Advanced Placement® Test.