CMKL Intro Programming is a set of learning experiences that are offered by CMKL University to help students develop basic programming skills, in order to prepare them for undergraduate study.
Dr. Sally E. Goldin
November 7 - December 26 | 7 weeks, 6 class hours per week
Date and Time:
Every Sunday | Morning 10 am - 12 pm & Afternoon 1- 5 pm
| Online via ZOOM
Cost of Attendance:
Trial for 1 class costs 2,000 THB
The entire program (7 classes) costs 9,975 THB
The registration starts:
October 18 - November 4.
This course is intended for highly motivated high school students in their final or pre-final year (grades 11 and 12 in the U.S. system). We expect these students to have had at least a limited exposure to writing programs, in any programming language. Students must also be sufficiently proficient in English to understand the instructor and the written materials for the class.
The question of what language(s) to use for introducing students to programming is fraught with difficulties.
Considerations include the following:
The University reserves the right to adjust the schedule as we see fit without prior notice. It depends on the situation of COVID-19 in Thailand.
There is no refund or cancellation after a student decides to attend our classes.
Only the student with the complete payment can attend the classes.
The University reserves the right to refuse the attendance of the students who do not follow the University’s policies and regulations.
Credits Awarded for Intro Programming
If you successfully complete the modules and the corresponding assessment activities, you will be awarded academic credits. These credits can be used to satisfy the Computer Science competency requirements for admission into the CMKL University AICE program.
The 4 credits will be awarded when you successfully complete the modules. The credits can be transferred to satisfy partial course credit requirements for a 12-credit fundamentals of programming course, B.Eng in AiCE.
Upon Completion of the course, participants will receive a certification of completion.