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Level 3:Computer Science as Analysis and Design

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This is a one-year course (or the equivalent) that should earn curriculum credit (e.g., science or math). The goal of this course is to continue the study of computer science, placing particular emphasis on its features as a scientific and engineering discipline. In this course, high school students can go beyond a fundamental understanding of the operation of computers and explore more complex and interesting topics of computer science. This course also helps students improve their problem-solving and programming skills in preparation for the Advanced Placement A course. As in higher level math and science curricula, students will be able to see the connection between the fundamentals they have learned in Levels I and II to integrate programming and design with complex “real world” projects.

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