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A pre-calculus course has been added to the syllabus of the University of Melbourne’s Advanced Computing Centre.
The course is designed to prepare students for advanced computer programming, but its popularity has been met with scepticism by some students who feel it lacks any real practical applications.
The pre-requisites for the course are already on offer, and are part of a course on advanced programming.
However, some students are concerned that the course is being used to push students towards a more lucrative career path, and to give students an excuse to skip class.
“They’re not really doing anything,” one student told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“It’s a bunch of boring classes that aren’t really practical.”
“It seems like they’re trying to push us towards the career path they think they should be promoting,” another student said.
Students who take the course will learn to code, build an application, and run it on an embedded device.
Students will then take on a series of tasks to improve their understanding of computer science and the latest technologies.
“The aim of this course is to prepare the student for a future in a highly competitive job market,” a UMC spokesman said.
“We hope that students who have completed this course will find their passion in the industry, and be able to apply this knowledge in a rewarding and rewarding career.”
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A pre-calculus course has been added to the syllabus of the University of Melbourne’s Advanced Computing Centre.The course is designed…