This Diploma in Computer Science and Programming is designed to prepare you for a career as a computer programmer/programmer analyst. The course emphasises programming skills, program design techniques as well as database and systems analysis skills.
You will learn the process of program design to solve real-world problems and the fundamental building blocks of a computer program. By the end of this course, you will be able to develop computer programs in a high-level computer programming language (such as Python).
Why choose this course
- Earn a free e-certificate upon successful completion.
- Accessible, informative modules taught by expert instructors
- Study in your own time, at your own pace, through your computer tablet or mobile device
- Benefit from instant feedback through mock exams and multiple-choice assessments
- Get 24/7 help or advice from our email and live chat teams
- Full Tutor Support on Weekdays
The course is delivered through our online learning platform, accessible through any internet-connected device. There are no formal deadlines or teaching schedules, meaning you are free to study the course at your own pace.
You are taught through a combination of
- Video lessons
- Online study materials
Certificate of Achievement
Endorsed Certificate of Achievement from the Quality Licence Scheme
Once the course has been completed and the assessment has been passed, all students are entitled to receive an endorsed certificate. This will provide proof that you have completed your training objectives, and each endorsed certificate can be ordered and delivered to your address for only £99. Please note that overseas students may be charged an additional £10 for postage.
CPD Certification from Janets
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be able to obtain your course completion e-certificate free of cost. Print copy by post is also available at an additional cost of £9.99 and PDF Certificate at £4.99.
This course and/or training programme has been endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme for its high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course and/or training programme is not regulated by Ofqual and is not an accredited qualification. Your training provider will be able to advise you on any further recognition, for example progression routes into further and/or higher education. For further information please visit the Learner FAQs on the Quality Licence Scheme website.
Method of Assessment
To successfully complete the Course, students will have to complete the assignment questions. These can be completed at any time which is convenient for yourself and will be assessed by our expert tutors. Full feedback will then be given on your current performance, along with any further advice or support.
After successfully completing the course assignment, you will be able to apply for a Quality Licence Scheme endorsed certificate of achievement.
Who is this course for?
Diploma in Computer Science and Programming is suitable for anyone who wants to gain extensive knowledge, potential experience and professional skills in the related field. This is a great opportunity for all students from any academic backgrounds to learn more on this subject.
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|Kurt Anderson – Promo||FREE||00:02:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 1 Introduction||00:01:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 2 Binary System||00:11:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 3 Complexity Introduction||00:02:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 4 Math Refresher Logarithmic Functions||00:11:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 5 Math Refresher Factorial Functions.TS||00:03:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 6 Math Refresher Algebraic Expressions.TS||00:03:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 7 n-notation||00:18:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 8 Big O||00:13:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 9 Big O Real World Example||00:10:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 10 How is Data Stored||00:09:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 11 Fixed Arrays||00:20:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 12 Circular Arrays||00:08:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 13 Dynamic Arrays||00:16:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 14 Array Review||00:08:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 15 Array Real World Examples||00:06:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 16 Nodes||00:04:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 16 Linked List||00:14:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 17 Linked List Run Times||00:15:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 18 Doubly Linked Lists||00:08:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 19 Tail Pointer||00:05:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 20 Linked List Real World Examples||00:03:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 21 Linked List Review||00:04:00|
|Stacks and Queues|
|Kurt Anderson – 22 Stacks||00:10:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 20 Stack Example||00:11:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 23 Queues||00:09:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 24 Queue Examples||00:10:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 25 Queue and Stack Run Times||00:06:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 26 Stack and Queues Real World Examples||00:07:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 27 Sorting Algorithm Introdcution||00:02:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 28 Bubble Sort||00:10:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 29 Selection Sort||00:10:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 30 Insertion Sort||00:09:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 31 Quick Sort||00:15:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 32 Quick Sort Run Times||00:10:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 33 Merge Sort||00:12:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 34 Merge Sort Run Times||00:08:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 35 Stable vs Nonstable||00:07:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 36 Sorting Algorithm Real World Examples||00:04:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 37 Basics of Trees||00:08:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 38 Binary Search Tree||00:09:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 39 BST Run Times||00:08:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 40 Tree Traversals||00:13:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 41 Tree Real World Examples||00:05:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 42 Heap Introduction||00:04:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 43 Heap Step by Step||00:12:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 44 Heap Real World Examples||00:07:00|
|Kurt Anderson – 45 Thank You||00:01:00|
|Assignment – Diploma in Computer Science and Programming||5 days, 7 hours|
|Workbook – Diploma in Computer Science and Programming||1 week|