Coding in Java II

Designed for students who have already spent time programming in Java, this course will extend the student’s knowledge of programming fundamentals, concentrating on object-oriented subjects. Some of the computer science concepts taught in this course include exception handling, graphical user interfaces, designing your own classes and polymorphism.

Who It’s For

This course is for 9th to 12th graders who have already spent time programming. To register, you should have taken Coding in Java I or have equivalent experience. Expect the course to move at a fast pace.


Jack Straub spent more than 35 years as a software developer and engineer in the computer industry, where he focused on system-level implementations using a variety of languages and platforms. He also helped develop corporate coding standards in PL/I and C and authored textbooks on several programming languages, including C. Jack has been honored for teaching excellence by UW Professional & Continuing Education.

More Information

This remote course uses the Canvas learning management system and Zoom video conferencing. Classes meet in real time and are not recorded. The instructor uses a blend of whole group discussion, small group/partner work and individual work time. 

To participate, you should have access to a computer with a high-speed internet connection and a headset and webcam. One week before the start of class, you’ll need to download and test the required coding software and participate in a 15-minute software consultation.

See the Policies section for details about registration policies and more.


Aug 2–Aug 13, 2021

9 a.m.–12 p.m.
Refund Deadline
June 21, 2021