Full course description
Location: Virtual Online Course
Online Learning with a Real Live Instructor as easy as clicking an email link from Canvas Conference or Zoom.
Days: Mondays & Wednesdays from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Start Date: 04/26/2021
End Date: 06/21/2021
This course will prepare students for the 98-381 exam with the Basics of Python Programming course and lab. The lab provides a hands-on learning experience in a safe, online environment. The course and lab will completely cover the objectives of the 98-381 exam and include topics such as Python basics, data structure, Python modules, errors and exceptions, object-oriented programming, Input and Output, Python functions, control flow tools in Python, and more.
Note: The registration fee includes lessons, test preps with pre-assessments and post- assessments, performance lab and an MTA 98-381 exam voucher.
Microsoft MTA 98-381 Certification
Being a Certified Python Programmer ensures proficiency and technical knowledge in project-critical IT job roles. Microsoft MTA 98-381 exam validates candidates' skills to perform operations using data types and operators, control flow with decisions and loops, perform input and output operations, document and structure code, perform troubleshooting and error handling, and perform operations using modules and tools.
After completing this course, you will know how to:
- Perform Operations using Data Types and Operators
- Control Flow with Decisions and Loops
- Perform Input and Output Operations
- Document and Structure Code
- Perform Troubleshooting and Error Handling
- Perform Operations Using Modules and Tools
Participants are expected to have experience in writing with the Python syntax, recognize data types, and can solve logical problems using the language. Participants are also expected to have at least a minimum of 100 hours of hands on experience with the Python programming language and be familiar with the different features of the language including the ability to understand the different phases of software development.
Who should attend?
This course is intended for individuals who want to get their credentials as a Certified Python Programmer to go into areas like software development, database administration, computer hardware engineering, and information research science, computer and information systems management, or information technology.
There are a wide range of job possibilities within the Tampa Bay area looking for Python Programmers. This course will prepare you to enter the field of Programming careers like:
- Research Assistant
- Software Developer
- Graduate Research Assistant
- Web Developer
Instructor: Cameron Crowson, Ed.S, PhD
- Dr. Crowson has held several positions in education. His current position is in the field of K-12 Technology and Computer Science education. He has received a Bachelor of Science from Eckerd College, a Masters of Arts from Jacksonville State University, and a PhD in Instructional Design and Technology from Keiser University.
For more information, contact IT Program Coordinator Liz Steacker at 813-259-6508 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.