The second in the C++ series, this course teaches the student who is familiar with the language how to use its object-oriented features in depth. Subject matter includes: designing and implementing classes, abstract data types, overloading operators, inheritance, and polymorphism.

The second in the C++ series, this course teaches the student who is familiar with the language how to use its object-oriented features in depth. Subject matter includes: designing and implementing classes, abstract data types, overloading operators, inheritance, and polymorphism.

Python is a popular programming language that has taken a primary role in many companies including NASA, Google, Industrial Lights and Magic. Python uses an elegant syntax, making the programs easier to write and ready, which also makes it an ideal language for beginning programmers. The foundation that students achieve is applicable to other disciplines that may require some knowledge of computer programming such as digital animation, mathematics, and more advanced programming languages. It is assumed that the student has little or no experience with writing computer programs. 48-54 hours lecture and 48-54 hours laboratory. (No Prerequisite) This course may be taken four times

This is a course for programming in Java. The course will cover the basics of the Java programming language and object- oriented programming method. Some of the more advanced topics such as applets programming data structure implementation in Java will also be covered.

An introduction to programming using the C++ language. This course is appropriate for those wishing to learn the principles of computer programming and to gain some initial experience with C++. 48-54 hours lecture and 48-54 hours laboratory. CSU, UC. (No Prerequisite. CIS 101 recommended)



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This course introduces Unix and Linux operating systems. Topics include this history of Unix, commands and utilities, file system structure, shells, graphical user interfaces, networking, text editing and shell programming.

The second in the C++ series, this course teaches the student who is familiar with the language how to use its object-oriented features in depth. Subject matter includes: designing and implementing classes, abstract data types, overloading operators, inheritance, and polymorphism.