CSE 202 is the second course in a series of three CSE 200 level Java Programming courses(CSE 201, CSE 202, CSE 203) that are designed to introduce students understand the fundamental object-oriented language programming skills and computer science concepts. This course requires students to complete Java Programming I first. Students will gain a head start in preparing for the high school AP® Computer Science A Exam, as well as introductory college computer science classes (such as the University of Washington's CSE142 Computer Programming I class, CSE143 Computer Programming II class).
Array with for loop, swap values in an array, find minimum value and maximum value in an array, pass by reference and pass by value, accumulated sum, 2D array, 2D array with nested for loop, String, array list, concept of collections, class and object, instance, non-static method vs static method, constructor, private vs public, method overload, static property vs non-static property, toString method encapsulation, getter/accessor, setter/mutator, the reason to use the encapsulation, class vs interface vs abstract class, inheritance, super class vs sub class, keyword super, polymorphism.
Prerequisites: CSE 201 JAVA Programming I or having the equivalent knowledge.
Equipment: iMac 21.5 Inch All-in-one Desktop Computers are provided.
Online Registration Guide:
Step 1: Pay tuition fee online on the top of this webpage with the student's name
Step 2: Click the "Registration Form" button to fill the class registration form online
Offline Registration Guide:
Step 1: Make an appointment by calling 206-787-2259 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 2: Fill in the registration form in the office
Step 3: Pay tuition fee in the office
Duration: 10 weeks
Time: 04:30PM - 06:00PM Sunday
Lecture Schedule: 3/29 - 5/31
13343 Bel Red Rd Suite 210, Bellevue WA 98005
One week prior to the start date of the class you registered:
1. 100% refund if you pay cash and provide the receipt.
2. 90% refund if you pay with Paypal/cards due to new banking policy starting at May 7th, 2019.
Less than one week prior to the start date of class you registered:
90% refund regardless of payment methods.
After the class starts: (regardless of payment methods)
70% Refund after the first class.
50% Refund after the second class.
No refund after the third class.