Introduction to Java Programming

A short course which is a step-by-step description of the Basic and Advanced topics of Java along with practical sessions on coding

  • Domain : CSE
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A Quick Overview

The course covers all basic and few advanced topics of Java Programming which is vital for any student to get into the industry. It requires no prior coding knowledge as it encompasses all concepts with hands-on practical sessions thus when completing the course it will make the students very comfortable to code or update existing code in Java.


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Course Syllabus

1 Basic constructs of Java Programming Language

This is the very first topic of the course. In this part, you will be looking into the basics of the Java Programming language from the basic setup, using the Integrated development environment (IDE) and diving into creating programs using Java. In specific, you will be -

  • Setting up the environment for Java
  • Understanding the Java Ecosystem
  • Understanding the Eclipse IDE
  • Able to run your first Java program
  • Running and debugging Java Application
  • Learning about Data types and Operators
    • Conditional statements
    • Iterative statements
    • Other control statements
    • Functions and methods
  • Working with Arrays in Java
  • Working with Strings in Java

2Object Oriented Programming

This will be the second main topic of the course. Here, we will be giving emphasis on different concepts which are paramount to be a good Java Developer. The concepts taught here are very important as they will be the foundation of modern programming using Java. Here, you will be learning-

  • Encapsulation and Abstraction
  • Classes and Objects
  • Constructors
  • The "this" pointer
  • The Static and final keyword
  • Access Modifiers
  • Inheritance (is-a relationship)
  • Composition (has-a relationship)
  • Abstract classes and Interfaces
  • Method overloading and Overriding
  • Polymorphism

3Advanced Topics in Java

This is the final topic of the course. Here, we will be looking into more advanced topics which are essential to build more complex programs. You will be using the knowledge from the contents of the course in your final project. You will be learning-

  • Packages
  • Exception Handling
  • Multithreading
  • File Handling, I/O and networking

Projects Overview

Project 1


The capstone project will help develop a professional-quality portfolio. Students will demonstrate the ability to design and implement a software.

The students are required to develop a scientific calculator which runs on an infinite loop. All the inputs are required to be stored. The calculator is to be developed based on the concepts taught in the course. This project will test a student's understanding of the basic concepts of JAVA programming.

Flexible Course Fees

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1 Month Access


Per month for 3 months

  • Access Duration : 1 month
  • Mode of Delivery : Online
  • Project Portfolio : Available
  • Certification : Available
  • Email Support : Available
  • Forum Support : Available

Lifetime Access


Per month for 3 months

  • Access Duration : Lifetime
  • Mode of Delivery : Online
  • Project Portfolio : Available
  • Certification : Available
  • Individual Video Support : 12/month
  • Group Video Support : 12/month
  • Email Support : Available
  • Forum Support : Available
  • Telephone Support : Available
  • Dedicated Support Engineer : Available


  • Engineering Students in Computer Science & Information Technology
  • Freshers looking to gain project experience in Java



Java is at the heart of our digital lifestyle. It's the platform for launching careers, exploring human-to-digital interfaces, architecting the world's best applications, and unlocking innovation everywhere


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  • Top 5% of the class will get a merit certificate
  • Course completion certificates will be provided to all students
  • Build a professional portfolio
  • Automatically link your technical projects
  • E-verified profile that can be shared on LinkedIn


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Frequently Asked Questions

1Who can take your course?

Any Computer Science or Non-Computer Science Student or Professional willing to become a Java Web Developer or learn a new Programming Language. There are no prerequisites for this course- no prior programming skills or IT experience required.

2What is included in your course?

This course is a step-by-step description of the Basic and Advanced topics of Java along with coding practical sessions. It has 3 small exercises and 1 major exercise to mark course completion.

3What will the student gain from your course?

A complete and thorough understanding of Programming with Java. Students will gain confidence in the technical details with practical hands-on learning. Upon completion of this course, students will feel comfortable creating and/or updating existing code in Java. 

4What software skills are you teaching and how well are these tools used in the industry?

Coding with industry best practices in Java.

5What real world application for the tools and techniques will you teach in this course?

The IDE used by most companies will be used and debugging techniques will be learnt which are used in the industry as well.

6Which companies use these techniques and for what?

Almost all companies creating web applications or Secure Software use Java.

7How is your course going to help me in my path to MS or PhD?

For any Computer Science study, the knowledge of Programming is extremely vital without which no Software can be built for research or demonstration of research outcome.

8How is this course going to help me get a job?

Any Software Engineering job has a compulsory criteria of knowing a modern Programming language like Java. Students are going to create a working project using Java. This project can be uploaded as part of the student’s portfolio for job search as well.

9What is the ratio of theory to hands-on practical content?

30% of the course teaches theoretical concepts but for the most part (70%), it is practical hands-on coding and practicing via exercises without which no skill is learnt best.

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