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This 42 hour non-credit course, which has been updated for the Fall 2013 term, provides learners with with the fundamentals of object-oriented programming concepts based on the Java language. Learners examine classes and objects, attributes and methods, and use control statements, strings, arrays, and class libraries. Object-oriented principles, including encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism, are explored in detail. No previous programming experience is required, but it is strongly recommended that students be familiar with the Windows environment and have experience using a desktop application comfortably prior to taking this course.
Note: This course uses Java SE 7.
Registered students will have access to Ryecast, a web streaming tool that captures lectures for on-demand viewing.
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