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edX: Learn to Program in Java

 with  Kasey Champion

Ready to start your programming journey? Being a software engineer is much more than simply writing code—it requires a strong conceptual understanding of computer science. In this course, which was developed through a combination of academic and industry perspectives, learn not only how to code in Java but also how to break down problems and implement their solutions using some of the most fundamental computer science tools.

Get plenty of hands-on Java coding experience with methods, logic, loops, variables, parameters, returns, and recursion. And write your code using industry-standard tools and practices to help you build strong habits as you grow your development skill set.

Whether you are preparing for advanced university computer science courses, an entry-level software engineering position, or the Advanced Placement Computer Science A exam, get the tools you need to succeed in this practical, self-paced Java course.

Syllabus

Module 1 – Java Basics
Module 2 – Control Structures
Module 3 – Data Flow
Module 4 – Capstone Project
1 Student
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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Self Paced
Subject Programming
Institution Microsoft
Provider edX
Language English
Certificates $99 Certificate Available
Hours 6-10 hours a week
Calendar 4 weeks long
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2 months ago
Borin Srun partially completed this course, spending 4 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be medium.
The course logic is very well structured and is well-balanced between reading materials and video lectures. However, I missed live coding and discussion forum.
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