Practice basic software development procedures, techniques, and trends, write original Java programs, and study career opportunities with Monarch Fundamentals of Programming and Software Development. Interactive multimedia elements like animations and learning games help students in grades 9-12 learn material throughout each of the six units. Purchase of this individual Monarch course grants access to one child for 18 months beginning on the date of activation.
Explore the fundamentals of programming and software development with this online CTE elective for students in grades 9-12. Students learn details about core concepts in programming using Java, including writing and debugging code, proper syntax, flow of control, order of operations, comparison operators, and program logic tools and models.
This Bible-based course also explores the function of key program techniques, including if statements, looping, and arrays, as well as web development using HTML and drag-and-drop development of user interfaces in an Integrated Development environment. Additional topics include the Software Development Life Cycle, programming languages and paradigms, careers in the software industry, the education and skills required to work in the industry, and related career resources.
Scope and Sequence
In addition to a reliable High Speed Internet Connection and a recent version of Adobe Flash Player, you must have one of the following browsers:
- Google Chrome (current version)
- Microsoft Edge
- Microsoft Internet Explorer (versions 11 & 10)
- Mozilla Firefox (current version)
- Apple Safari (version 9)
Best Effort Browsers
Apple Safari (version 8)