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The CPA: Programming Essentials in C++ curriculum is designed for students who want to learn the fundamentals of programming through the C++ language.


CPA: Programming Essentials in C++ covers basic C++ programming skills and object-oriented programming while introducing universal computer programming concepts.

You will learn to write your own computer programs using one of the most popular programming languages, and prepare for the C++ Certified Associate Programmer Certification (CPA) from the C++ Institute.


Course Outline

  • Module 1: explains the process of installing and using the programming environment.
  • Module 2: introduces common computer programming concepts, e.g. integers and variables.
  • Module 3: discusses advanced flow control and data aggregates.
  • Module 4: introduces the subject of pointers, functions and memory.
  • Module 5: examines ways to access various kinds of data.
  • Module 6: gives an introduction to the fundamentals of object-oriented programming.
  • Module 7: discusses the subject of inheritance.
  • Module 8: considers the subject of exceptions.
  • Module 9: discusses the subject of operators and enumerated types.


Course Duration: 24 hrs

Course Price: 8,000/-


Career Pathways

CPA Programming Essentials C++ rounds out your IT skills to set yourself apart, advance your career, and increase your earning potential. Coders with C++ are needed to work on game development, high-performance embedded and real-time systems, applications with graphics libraries, applications for communication with network devices, computer network simulators as well as remote device and network management systems.

Career pathways include: software development, systems administration, network administration, device management, network management, systems operations.



CertificationC++ Certified Associate Programmer Certification (CPA)

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