AP Computer Science A: Java Programming Polymorphism and Advanced Data Structures

Learn advanced object-oriented programming strategies in Java and prepare for the AP Computer Science A exam.

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  • Course Type AP
  • Subject Science and Mathematics
  • Level Introductory
  • Length 6 Weeks
  • Effort 4-6 Hours/Week
  • Institution PurdueX

About This Course

This computer science course covers advanced OOP strategies, including polymorphism, abstract classes, super keyword, exceptions, generics, sorting and searching algorithms.

This course is for anyone interested in taking a first-level computer-programming course, particularly those who attend a school that does not provide a similar class.

We are looking forward to helping you explore this exciting new world!

Instructors

  • Sunil Prabhakar

    Department Head, Computer Science
    Purdue University

  • Debbie Perouli

    Assistant Professor of Computer Science
    Marquette University

  • Phil Sands

    K-12 Outreach Coordinator for Computer Science
    Purdue University

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