Java Programming 1

This project includes a complete course design for teaching the course with related learning materials. It also includes a sample schedule for delivering the course. ********** The course introduces the student to the fundamentals of object-oriented programming using the Java programming language. Students will learn the core aspects of Java including how to write and debug Java code. Labs and hands-on projects are a required element to this class and provide the student with experience working with the Java language.
Date:
2016
Primary Material Type:
Collection
Other Material Types:
Syllabus
Institution:
Gateway Technical College
TAACCCT Round:
3
Subjects:
Sequential programming techniques, conditional programming techniques, iterative programming techniques, modular programming techniques, object oriented programming techniques, classes, instances, constructor, inheritance, polymorphism, encapsulation, exception handling, Java GUI, file handling, arrays, collection classes, enumeration, generics, event handling, packages, graphics, abstract classes, late binding, interfaces., Java

Industry / Occupation

Industry Partner:
College collaborated with the program advisory committee.
Industry Sector:
Information Technology -- Computer Operating Systems (Programming), Digital Forensics, Cyber Security, Network Security, IT Security (51)
Occupation:
Computer and Mathematical Occupations -- Computer Software Engineers, Systems Software (15-1032)

Education / Instructional Information

Instructional Program:
Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services (11)
Credit Type:
  • Credit
Credential Type:
  • Associate Degree
Educational Level of Materials:
  • 1st year Community College or equivalent
  • 2nd Year Community College or equivalent
Time Required:
3 credits/72 hours
Language:
English (United States)
Interactivity Type:
Presentation only - requires user to navigate through content.
Quality Rubric:
Other
Quality Note:
The course was developed by a faculty member at the college and reviewed by the college Instructional Designer. Course materials were then reviewed by the Interface Grant Instructional Designer. Finally courses were sent to a Third Party reviewer for both ID and SME review. Colleges used local quality rubrics and an Interface rubric. The Interface specialist used the Interface Rubric and the third party reviewer used the Third Party rubric.
Quality of Subject Matter was assured by:
  • Using an approved rubric to conduct the evaluation of the instructional materials and providing a report
  • SME Quality Report is posted in Skills Commons
Quality of Online/Hybrid Course Design assured by:
  • Expertise of Project's Instructional Designers
  • Other Rubric
Course Note:
IT: Software Developer

Accessibility

Accessibility Features:
  • Text Access - Text to Speech
  • Text Adjust - Compatible
  • Text Adjustment - Adjust Font and Colors
  • Reading Layout - Reflow the Text

Copyright / Licensing

Primary License:
Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.