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Mastering Java course
Mastering Java course

Press Release - 01 November 2006

New course: Master Java in six weeks

A new short IT evening course in Java, run by the University of Bath, gives people the chance to master the popular web-oriented programming language.

Mastering Java will run over six weekly classes starting on 9 November from 6.15pm to 8.45pm at Carpenter House, the University’s city centre location.

The course will introduce development environments and Java syntax, object-oriented programming and using the web with Java applets.

The content is suitable for anyone with a basic knowledge of using a desktop computer, although some understanding of programming would be helpful.

The course is taught by Dr Reg Dodson, a former lecturer in Electrical Engineering at the University of Bath who has worked as an IT trainer for a wide range of companies and organisations.

For more information and to enrol online see the Related Links section.

For help and advice with online enrolment, students can also visit the Lifelong Learning office at Carpenter House in Bath during office hours.

The Lifelong Learning Programme is now in its 12th year and has provided thousands of students of all ages from Bath and the surrounding area with a wide range of learning opportunities.

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