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About the Course
Students cover topics including arrays, functions, passing arrays to functions, sorting algorithms, user defined types, and recursion. The programming exercises are oriented towards learning top-down design and structured programming.
What Makes Programming in C Different?
Students learn the basics of functions, including why they are needed and how to write them. After a lecture, exercises are provided to gauge comprehension.
Students are introduced to the concept of arrays and how they are used and then complete programming assignments to demonstrate knowledge of the material presented.
Recursion uses smaller problems to solve more complex problems. In this example, the lecturer reviews how to use recursion when working with factorials.
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- Dedicated tutors for one-to-one learning
- Tutoring via video chat, phone, or email
- Digital Classroom sessions
- Academic coaching
- Parent-Tutor conferences
- Completion certificate
- Detailed progress reporting
- Technical support
- 3-month course enrollment
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My coding abilities are significantly better than before I began this course.
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Programming in C: Algorithms and Techniques is delivered via CD-ROM, typically delivered within 5 -7 business days. Access to online resources and your Stanford trained tutor begin immediately upon enrollment.
Recommended Usage: The course is designed to take approximately 3 months to complete.
Skills Covered: The course will use the Dev C++. During this course, students will write approximately 30 programs. Download the Programming in C: Algorithms and Techniques Course Outline.
Prerequisites: Introductory C Programming or equivalent
Optional Textbook: The Art and Science of C, by Eric Roberts ISBN#: 0201543222, or any C programming book for reference
This course requires a computer with a CD-ROM drive and the Windows operating system. It will only function on Mac OS using a virtualized Windows Operating System using a product like Parallels Desktop or VM Ware.
System Requirements: All CD-ROM based course software require a Windows operating system. Mac OS X users can run Windows using Boot Camp or virtualization software like Parallels Desktop. The recommended Windows system has:
- Windows 8 or 10
- Intel processor (or AMD equivalent) with at least 4 GB RAM
- 10GB of free hard drive space
- CD/DVD drive
- Speakers and/or headphones jack
- Internet connection
Frequently Asked Questions
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What is the recommended time a student should spend on each course?
To help students achieve their maximum potential, we recommend that they work in each course at least 20-30 minutes daily, a minimum of 3 days a week. For more information on schedules that our G&T.com students have used to accelerate their learning for each course, click here.
What happens if my student finishes the course early?
If the student finishes the course with time remaining in his/her quarter, he/she can continue to the next course in sequence with the remaining time for no additional cost. To complete a course transfer, contact a member of our Customer Experience Team.
Programming in C Grades: 9–12