"Advanced Problem Solving in Java" course - Registration form
Description: This is a FREE course for high school and senior high school students and teachers who wish to extend their problem solving and computer programming skills. We will use the Java programming language but, our approach is much less regarding language features than it is about confidence and correctness when problem solving in any procedural high level language.
The class will meet two times each week for four weeks. Each session will comprise one hour of in-class instruction and ninety minutes of problem solving in the computer lab. You will get a detailed email before the course starts. You should bring a USB flash drive each time you come. The course is limited to regional high school students, senior high school students and their teachers.
Prerequisites: Students should be proficient in using a PC or a MAC. They should be able to use simple tools such as an editor and an IDE, such as Eclipse or Net Beans. They should be able to program well in Java.
Dates & Times: There will be 2 sections that teach exactly the same content. You can select a section that is convenient to you.
001 section - Mon/Wed June 10 - July 1, 9 am to 12 noon
002 section - Tues/Thurs June 11 - July 2, 9 am to 12 noon
Location: Computer Science lab ECSS 2.104, ECSS building, UT Dallas
Faculty: Dr. Ivor Page, Computer Science department, UT Dallas