•  16110     AP Computer Programming 1

    2 semesters, 1 credit per semester      

    The focus of this course is on programming fundamentals with advanced topics being presented in the second semester. Students will learn the basis of C++, data structures, algorithms and object oriented programming. Students will use programming as a problem-solving tool as they subdivide program into manageable parts and search for creative and logical solutions to programming problems. This course will cover the curriculum tested on the AP Computer Test which students may opt to take in the spring.

    Note: This course does not fulfill a mathematics requirement for graduation.
     

     16120     AP Computer Programming 2

    2 semesters, 1 credit per semester

    This year-long, hands-on course will focus on advanced, large scale computer programming projects.  Many languages will be used including C++, Visual Basic, PHP, and Java.  In addition to learning programming skills, students will learn how to manage large projects with multiple programmers, and how to follow a proper design model.  The actual projects will depend on student interest.  

    Note: This course does not fulfill a mathematics requirement for graduation.  

     

     

Last Modified on February 3, 2012