Introduction to Programming with Java

Modality:
Online
Session:
I. July 3–July 14, 2023
II. July 17–July 28, 2023
Day & Time:
Monday-Friday, 8:00–11:00 a.m. or 5:00–8:00 p.m.
Instructor(s):
to be announced
Prerequisites:
No previous programming experience is required, but participants should have an aptitude for logical reasoning and systematic thinking.

Course Description

An introductory course designed to develop logical reasoning and computer programming skills through immersion in the fundamentals of Java. Programming projects involving mathematical problems and logic games challenge students to develop their logical reasoning, systematic thinking, and problem-solving skills. Students become familiar with fundamental object-oriented programming concepts, algorithms, and techniques. This course covers an overview of introductory material through hands-on labs and individual and collaborative projects. Labs are carried out in the cross-platform Java environment, which will be set up on students' personal computers.

Student computers can either be a PC or a Mac, but should have 8GB – 10GB of free space.

Registration Guidance & Call Number(s)


Please note, this course may have multiple classes being offered in a particular session. Students should only register for one class and with one call number.

To view detailed information on a particular offering, click on the call number to be directed to the Directory of Classes catalogue.

Session 1 Classes

  • COMS0101 (D01) | Call Number: 10481

Session 2 Classes

  • COMS0101 (D02) | Call Number: 10482

Further guidance on the registration process can be found here.

Instructor(s)

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Specific course details such as topics, activities, hours, and instructors are subject to change at the discretion of the University. Not all instructors listed for a course teach all sections of that course.