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Technology and Science Academy 7/8-7/19/19

  • Anatomy and Physiology (Commuters) 7/8-7/12/19| 9:00am - 4:00pm|

Analyze microscopic characteristics and properties of the human body, examine cheek cells under a microscope, learn the principles of osmosis, and measure the performance of your heart with an EKG system.  The program will end at noon on Friday.

(Lab fee and materials included)

 

  • Computer Programming JAVA (commuter) 7/15-7/19/19| 9:00am - 4:00pm|

This course will focus on the development of fundamental concepts of algorithm design and programming in Java.

Topics include program construction, compiling\interpreting-running-debugging cycle, sequential programming (starting with "Hello World"), variables, data types, expressions, input/output, user-defined functions, assignment statements, conditionals (if - else), iteration (while and for), and arrays. Basic computer graphics will be incorporated as well (to the degree that time permits) as well as basic applet design.

Learning Objectives:

1. Describe the major components of a digital computer system with their functions.

2. Be able to write a program, compile it, and interpret/run it (using Notepad++, Netbeans, Eclipse...).

3. Write simple sequential programs using input, output, and assignment statements.

4. Describe the concept of a variable, evaluate arithmetic expressions, and construct them in several application areas including daily-life, scientific, mathematical, and business-oriented. 5. Provide an algorithmic solution to a problem that requires sequential execution, simple repetitive execution, or simple conditional execution.

6. Write programs to solve problems needing nested selections and repetitive execution.

7. Trace the execution of a program and debug it.

8. Write and call functions that have parameters and return a value (or not).

9. Write programs that manipulate one-dimensional and two-dimensional arrays, and also explain the concept of a pointer variable.

10. Write programs which generate basic graphics.

11. Write basic applets for web page development. 

Prior knowledge of a programming language is recommended, but not necessary.

Location: 300 Pompton Road (Main Campus), Wayne NJ 07474

Instructor :
Dates : 07/08/19 to 07/19/19
Days : Mon,Tues,Weds,Thu,Fri
From : 9:00am - 4:00pm
Fee : $1389.00
Course Number : HS342

Class is full at this time please call 973-720-2354 to be placed on a waiting list


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