New course coming for Fall 2022!
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Information on this page is subject to change.
Available on Windows , Mac , Chromebooks and tablets
Recommended for Grades 9 - 12
The CompuScholar C# Programming course uses the Microsoft C# language to teach introductory computer programming and classic computer science concepts.
Hot New Features in 2022
- No local installation requirements; all required hands-on projects can be completed online in a web browser.
- All required, online projects are fully auto-graded by our system.
This course covers fundamental programming topics and skills such as:
- C# Data types and variables
- Logical expressions and flow control
- Math and string operations
- Writing functions
- Debugging and exceptions
- Collections and iteration
- Object-Oriented Programming
- Inheritance and Polymorphism
- Sorting and recursion
- GUI design and Windows input controls (Optional content)
Click on the Course Syllabus tab to see a complete list of topics.
All lesson quizzes and chapter tests are auto-graded by our system. The hands-on coding projects are also auto-graded by our system. Students will write code directly in our online C# engine; no local software installation or file management is required. Each chapter features many in-lesson exercises as well as graded activities. Scroll through the images below to see a few examples of student work.
Please review our course syllabus, which contains the following information:
- Specific chapter and lesson topics
- Pacing guide, overall course length and exepected hours per week
Alignments for this new course are coming soon!
C# Programming meets standards for introductory coding courses in a number of states. Please click on your state link below to view all alignments for your state.
If you don't see your state listed, please contact us to discuss your requirements!
Alabama - Visit our Alabama standards page
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This course requires a computer or tablet with an Internet connection.
All "required" chapters and hands-on projects can be completed on any Windows or Mac computer, Chromebook or any other web-capable device with sufficient web browser.
No local software installation is needed to complete all required chapters. All required projects can be completed online through a web browser!
Optional, introductory material is provided for Visual Studio, a free, external IDE that can be installed on Windows or Mac OS computers.