Purdue University - Department of Computer Science - AP Computer Science A: Java Programming

PurdueX CS180: AP Computer Science A - Java Programming

Purdue University, in partnership with edX, is proud to offer an online version of our introductory object-oriented programming course to high school students. The class will consist of content from our first semester programming course for computer science majors, CS 180, as well as supplemental material designed to help students prepare to take the AP Computer Science A exam. Purdue's CS 180 is a Java programming course, with a focus on object-oriented programming.

Students that sign up will gain access to:

  • Instructional videos on all topics in Purdue's CS 180 course, taught by Professor Debbie Peroulli and K-12 Outreach Coordinator Phil Sands
  • Labs, projects and exams designed by Purdue's CS faculty and teaching assistants

The course is free to all enrollees, and will begin on September 5th, 2017. The CS 180 HS course will not earn students any college credit, but is meant to provide preparation for students as they prepare for a university CS curriculum. 

No prior experience with programming is necessary, but it is suggested that students have completed a mathematics course equivalent to Algebra II before enrolling.

https://www.edx.org/course/ap-computer-science-java-programming-purduex-cs180-1x-0 

https://www.edx.org/course/ap-computer-science-java-programming-purduex-cs180-2x-0 

https://www.edx.org/course/ap-computer-science-java-programming-purduex-cs180-3x-0 

https://www.edx.org/course/ap-computer-science-java-programming-purduex-cs180-4x-0 

If you are a high school teacher interested in auditing the course, please click here for more information.

Last Updated: Aug 14, 2017 10:38 AM

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