CURRICULUMS & COURSES WE OFFER

Fall Quarter 2017

Enrolling students now
(September - December)

Courses Offered:

CSE 201, CSE 203
Java Programming I, III

CSE 301
Data Structures & Algorithms I

Winter Quarter 2018

Enrolling students now
(January - March)

Courses Offered:

CSE 202
Java Programming II

CSE 301, CSE 302
Data Structures & Algorithms I, II

Spring Quarter 2018

Enrolling students now
(March - May)

Courses Offered:

CSE 203
Java Programming III

CSE 302, CSE 303
Data Structures & Algorithms II, III

Summer Camps 2018

Enrolling students now
(June - August: Term A, B)

Camps Offered:

CSE 203x
Java Programming Camp

CSE 303x
Data Structures & Algorithms Camp

STUDENTS' WORK

Students learned the principle of Model-View-Controller design pattern, basic java syntax, key listeners, graphics and applied it to game design.
Both of the push box game and the pacman game are implemented by using Java only.


THINGS WE TEACH

FOUNDATIONS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

Start from binary number, logic operators and truth table to build solid foundations for our students.

JAVA PROGRAMMING

Java, a professional object-oriented programming language used in high school AP® Computer Science that is the most relevant.

DATA STRUCTURES

For advanced learners, data structures are the key area of computer science to study. Students will learn data structures including but not limited to: Linked List, Binary Tree, Heap, Hash Table.

ALGORITHMS

Algorithms are essential to the way computers process data. Students will learn algorithms including but not limited to: Sorting algorithms, Floyd's cycle detection algorithm, Dijkstra's algorithm, A* search algorithm, Greedy algorithm.

ADVANTAGES WE HAVE

TARGETED COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION

Curriculums and teaching methodologies are developed specifically for middle & high school students (12 - 18 year olds). Best fit for students who want to take computer science AP® Test or prepare for competitive admission of computer science department in the future college.

THREE TRACK CURRICULUM

Designer: Learn the tradeoff of each design
Coder: Learn how to program and which data structure to use
Tester: Learn to test edge cases

SMALL CLASS SIZE

Ten students per class on average. Students receive more individualized attention and interact more with the teacher. Students are more likely to participate in class and become more involved than any other schools. Fewer students are less distracting to each other than a large group of students.

RICH EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS

Each instructor graduated from top 10 universities in computer science in U.S and has rich experience to teach students computer science. They used to work for top hi-tech companies such as Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Linkedin.

TECHNOLOGY WE USE

Java is a professional object-oriented programming language used in high school AP® Computer Science that is the most relevant, in-demand programming languages in the job market today. Also, Java is a general-purpose computer programming language that is concurrent, class-based, object-oriented, and specifically designed to have as few implementation dependencies as possible. It is intended to let application developers "write once, run anywhere" (WORA), meaning that compiled Java code can run on all platforms that support Java without the need for recompilation.
Eclipse is an open source community that benefits millions of developers around the world each and every day. Eclipse's Java IDE is widely used in universities and work environments.