Computer Science with Minecraft Modding Advanced Level - Summer 2022 (#473)

Registration Deposit: $590

Start Date: 2022-06-20

End Date: 2022-07-22

Start Time: 12:00

End Time: 14:00

  • filter_dramaClass Description

    This incredibly fun course will introduce students to intermediate and advanced principles of Computer Science and coding in Java. If you were a fan of the Beginner Level Minecraft Modding Class, then this class is for you! IN THIS COURSE: ============= - Learn advanced features of Java coding including data structures, imported libraries, debugging, and API analyzation. - Build on the skills learned in the beginner level class. - Learn more advanced computer science math skills. - Make amazing mods that can be used with friends, and learn Java at the same time! - Mods learned in this course include: advanced event handling, multi-world servers, advanced minigame creation, and much more! This course utilizes Minecraft to teach the foundations of computer science and basic programming, with an emphasis on helping students develop logical thinking and problem solving skills. Lessons consist of hands-on programming practices and testing, which ensures student gain a thorough understanding of the material. Previous students of this class may retake the class and learn more advanced topics! DISCOUNT: ============ Receive a $30 discount by paying the total class fee in full in cash at time of registration. BENEFITS: =========== - Small class size = more attention - Supercharge your college application - Enhanced experience - Opportunities for professional development - Students may improve their GPA by taking this class prior to taking it at their school or in college. - Excellent for improving job opportunities Please note: PVNet is A Nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization and all program fees are subsidized. By registering for the class, you agree to PVNet's terms and policies. All Selections are final. No refunds or exchanges.

  • placeAdditional Information

    Students must bring a flash drive to every class (16 GB recommended). Students may optionally choose to bring their own laptop.

  • whatshotPrerequisites

    Basic Algebra