University of Minnesota Classes


Object Oriented Programming Using C++

This course will provide an introduction to the fundamentals of C++ and object oriented programming. C++ is a popular choice for software developers for all operating system platforms. Prerequisite: previous programming experience. Topcis include:


Introduction to Creating Home Pages on the World Wide Web

A home page on the world wide web is like the cover of a good book, it gets people's attention and draws them in. This course uses HTML (Hypertyext Markup Language) to create a basic web page. Topics includes:


Intermediate WWW

This course explores the new "gee whiz" elements found on the web. This course uses HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) to create a complex web site. Prerequisite: Introduction to Creating Home Pages or previous experience writing web pages. Topics include:


JavaScript Programming (Advanced WWW)

JavaScript enhances the functionality of the Web browser, enabling developers to produce content that changes in response to user actions. This kind of interactive setting with dynamic data allocation, makes information more accessible and easier to organize and digest.

In this class, we will teach this powerful scripting language. The goal is to enable student to create interactive Web site with JavaScript. Some of the interesting topics will include:

As if any other internet languages and applications, JavaScript is an evolving language. Changes and updates will be coming to this tutorial from time to time. However, the future of JavaScript is quite clear as a lot of Web sites already have sophisticated interactive JavaScript functions in places.


Introduction to Java

This class is designed for the student who wants to learn how to write Java applets and applications. Participants need to have experience with a high-level programming language. Students will learn:


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