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Python Programming  

The Python programming language has a reputation for being easy to learn and very powerful. Its ease-of-use, power and run-time efficiency make Python a high ranking favored programming language in the software development community.  And so, Python developers are in demand!  
This course introduces the Python programming language through study and hands-on practice..  You will learn Python’s syntax, and how to harness its power to build non-trivial applications that have value and are fun to code.

PREREQUISITES

•Basic computer skills using MS Windows (Mac or Linux).

•A basic foundation of how software applications are designed and coded. 

•An algebra level understanding of mathematics.  

•Some academic or industry experience with some high level programming language such as Java, C# or        C/C++ would be useful, but is not required. 

NOTE: This course covers the materials required to pass the  Certified Entry-Level Python Exam:
https://pythoninstitute.org/certification/pcep-certification-entry-level/   and build a foundation for what’s required to pass the Certified Associate in Python Programming Exam  https://pythoninstitute.org/certification/pcap-certification-associate/

Dear prospective student, as you are aware New York State has been dealing with a declared state of emergency due to the novel coronavirus-19 outbreak. Please be aware that our future course dates may be delivered in either a traditional classroom face-to-face format or an on-line format or a hybrid model that mixes both live and online course delivery. The determination of how our future courses will be delivered is still not predictable due to the fluidity of the current situation in New York. However, please rest assured that in either course delivery format our programs will maintain high quality and value for you our students.

 

Introduction to Python Programming Course Number: SF20PY0101
Instructor: Joseph Garcia $1,295.00
# of Days:   Day(s) of Week:   Dates:   Times:
12   Tu Th   12/8/2020-1/21/2021   6:00 PM-9:00 PM
Location/Room: Center For Continuing Education , NY / Virtual Learning
 

Advanced Python Programming Course Number: SF20PY0201
Instructor: Malcolm Wabara $1,400.00
# of Days:   Day(s) of Week:   Dates:   Times:
12   F Sa   12/11/2020-1/29/2021   7:30 PM-10:30 PM
Saturday classes are from 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM E.T.
Location/Room: Center For Continuing Education , NY / Virtual Learning
 

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