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Introduction to Programming

The course serves as an introduction to programming logic and basic concepts in the programming language. The course provides students with the skills for analyzing a problem and approach to solution logically. Participants learn algorithms and basic syntax of the C programming language and also the comparison of programming constructs between C and Java. Students gain practical experience in executing code written in C and Java at the end of course.

  • 7th August 2023
  • 36 hours
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Introduction to Programming

Intro to programming
Concept of pseudo-code
Problems and approach to solutions
Demonstrate logic through example

Compilation and Interpretation process
Environment setup
Basic syntax of program in C and Java

Primitive data types
Storing and accessing data in a variable
Explore different Data types
Methods and Loops

Examine Keywords
Various operators
Decision making statements

Loop variants
Built-in and user defined functions
Decision making statements

Escape sequences
Working with Arrays
String manipulations



Career starters : For those people who are either entering the job market or are interested in making a shift into programming. This certification program can help you begin your transition into, or start a new career as a developer.
Career switchers : IT professionals in adjacent job functions to technology or development, this certification can give you an idea about the basics of programming or the functions therein.
Academic advancers : Fresh graduates enrolled in Computer Science or fresh out of college in related fields would like to augment their credentials by adding it to their portfolio.
Learning to code is a key life skill that even high schools have added programming in their curriculum. Programming and coding are very related , yet different. With the rapid digitization & smart technology automotive, learning to program is so important at every stage.


This is an entry-level course/program, but it assumes that learners have the following:
General IT knowledge, Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Internet browsers, High school diploma

Upon completing this course, you will receive an industry-recognized certificate from MCIT.  
Introduction to Programming certification.
Prepare for Oracle-certified developer/Microsoft front-end certifications.



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Montreal College offers a new session every four months, i.e., in October (fall session), February (winter session) and June (summer session). Students are encouraged to register at least 2 to 16 weeks in advance. Please note that many programs fill up before the registration deadline.