CSCI6315: Learning & Teaching AP Computer Science A Part II


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This course is for teachers to learn the content of PSI Advanced Placement Computer Science A and how to teach that course to students.  It focuses on object-oriented programming skills and thought processes required for successful programming in any language while integrating components of Java.  Topics include Classes, Array Lists, Inheritance & Polymorphism, Recursion, and Searching & Sorting.

NJCTL Credits: 5
*There are currently no graduate credits available for CSCI 6315.

Teacher: Katy Goodman
Teacher: Maria Surace

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Teachers can start and complete courses anytime, anywhere at their own pace.

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Colorado State University - Global Campus

CSU-Global offers optional graduate credit for NJCTL courses completed with a B- or better for a transcription cost of $85 per credit. Up to 18 of those credits may be applied towards a 36-credit CSU-Global MSTL, with CSU-Global providing NJCTL alumni a 10% discount on the cost of their 18 credits.

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