CRN
71522
Term
Fall 2023
Course
111B
Section
933
Catalog Description

This course covers programming fundamentals using the Java language, emphasizing an object-oriented approach to problem solving. Topics include classes, objects, references, dynamic memory allocation, inheritance, polymorphism, arrays, files, design and implementation of abstract data types, in numerical and non-numerical applications.

Section Notes

This is an asynchronous online section. There are NO in-person meetings and NO virtual meetings. For more information, please visit the instructor's website.

This section is a late-start section that runs for 8 weeks during approximately the second half of the semester. It is NOT self-paced. It requires the use of Canvas and an internet-enabled device.

This section is part of CityOnline. For more information about CityOnline, please visit the CityOnline website.

This course covers programming fundamentals using the Java language, using an object-oriented approach to problem solving. Topics include classes, objects, references, dynamic memory allocation, inheritance, polymorphism, arrays, files, design and implementation of abstract data types, in numerical and non-numerical applications.

Recommended Preparation: CS 10, CS 110A, or MATH 108

TRANSFERRABLE TO UC/CSU

Requisites

Recommended Preparation, CS 10 or CS 110A or MATH 108

Learning Outcomes