Fundamentals of Java Programming, Level 2
@ Honolulu Community College
Fundamentals of Java Programming, Level 2 is based on the concepts of object-oriented programming using Java. The course features an "objects first" approach to Object Oriented Programming (OOP), starting with objects, classes and methods, inheritance, interfaces, and polymorphism. You will master the use of standard Java classes and interfaces and object-oriented program development framework. You will write programs that promote code reuse and refine the design using step wise refinement. Writing Exception classes and good coding guidelines will be emphasized. This hands-on course will follow a set of well-structured labs that focus on problem solving. At the end of the course, you will be able to: ? Implement Object Oriented Programming Concepts ? Use and create packages and interfaces in a Java program ? Use graphical use interface in Java programs ? Implement exception handling in Java ? Implement Multithreading ? Use Input/Output Streams ? Handle security implementations in Java Required Prep: Completion of Fundamentals of Java Programming, Level 1
Certificate of Professional Development
Cost of Program
925.00 – "Do I have to pay this?"
About This Provider
Honolulu Community College
Offering training in City & County of Honolulu
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Description of School
Two-year public college
Accreditation and/or Licensing Agency
Member of the American Association of Community Colleges and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Fully accredited since 1970 by Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
Financial Aid Options
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Janis Dela Cruz, Admissions Office
874 Dillingham Boulevard
Honolulu, HI 96817
ETP Approval Dates
Last Approved On: January 1, 2013
Valid Through: June 30, 2016