Computer Science L1
Teacher in Charge: K. Sweeney
Students will develop their ability to write computer code to the point that they will be able to write their own basic computer program through an iterative development process. If you like solving puzzles, then this is for you! During this process they will be developing their understanding of the concepts of computer science.
This course can lead to: Computer Science is a highly significant industry nationally and globally. A career in Computer Science can see you as one of the most sought after employees in the job market. Computer Scientists can work in anything from Architecture, Agriculture and Engineering to Programming, Networking and Web Design or other careers yet to be invented!
For more information, please see Mr Sweeny
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
$10 Code Avengers account
Recommended Prior Learning
Prerequisites: An interest in how computers work.
Total Credits Available: 16 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 16 credits.
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