The University of Canberra
By the end of the course, student:
- Thinks algorithmically and can analyze a problem using a programmatic conceptual apparatus;
- Can choose a data type adequate to the problem being solved and use suitable flow control means;
- Can interpret and handle basic exceptions related to errors in program execution
- Understands a programmer's work in the software development process and the role of fundamental development tools;
- Knows how a program is interpreted and executed in an actual computer environment, local or remote;
- Can create and develop their own programming portfolio;
The 70-hour, instructor-led or self-paced course includes hands-on practice activities and over 20 lab exercises to reinforce learning, quizzes and chapter assessments, and pre-final and final tests to measure understanding.
The course is also available as an online self-paced course accessed from the netacad.com catalog course page.
The curriculum is designed for upper secondary schools, technical schools, and colleges or universities.
- No prerequisites
19 Jan - 30 Jun 2023