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Java for Beginners (JV101P)
Varies-distance learning format.
Online throughout the U.S.
December 2010 - February 2016.
Instructional delivery format:
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: declare, initialize and assign values to variables; use operators and expressions; write Java instructions, cast variables from one type to the other; program using conditions and looping; develop code using arrays; utilize the String and StringBuffer data types and their library functions; process command-line arguments; create a custom Java class and instantiate objects from it using the new keyword; write functions with parameters, and call them passing arguments; demonstrate variable scope, passing by reference and passing by value; explain the difference between instance and static class members, use the public and private access specifiers, create inner and self-referential classes, use the null keyword, and create an array of objects.
This course is taught online, in a seven module format consisting of on-going and cumulative competency based assessments (quizzes, code writing, and proctored final exam) with instructor feedback throughout.
In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 2 semester hours in Computer Science or Java Programming (11/10). NOTE: JV101P, JV201P, and JV202P may be taken in sequence for 6 semester hours in Computer Science or Java Programming. NOTE: In order to receive credit recommendations, students must take proctored exam at an authorized third party testing location.