Software Coding

Learn the basics of computer programming in our new course -- part of a partnership with Devetry, a Denver-based sotware development company. 

In this continuing education course, you will learn programming fundamentals using the Python programming language. Some of the topics and skills covered include: statements and variables, data types and typecasting, mathematical and comparison operators, data structures, code style best practices, flow control, creating and using functions, and an introduction to objects and classes. 

Coding 101: Programming Fundamentals

Learn the core, universal programming concepts with a focus on problem-solving with the Python programming language.
Schedule: Mondays and Thursdays, 6pm - 8:30pm
Dates: March 12, 2018 - May 17, 2018 (No classes will be held the week of March 26)
Location: 1205 Osage St., Denver, CO 80204
Instructor: Software Developer from Devetry

Register Here

Upcoming Related Events

Wednesday, March 7, 2018
GED High School Equivalency Classes
Time: 9:00am
Monday, April 2, 2018
Water Quality Management Classes Start
Time: 7:30am
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Emily Griffith Career Fair 2018!
Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm

Related Services

Emily's Cafe is a product of our Culinary Arts Program. Our entrees are ordered, created, prepared, and served by our Culinary Arts students.

Hours: 

Emily's Cafe is open to the public Monday,... more »

Relax. Correct. Nourish. Beautify. Rejuvenate.

Emily's Spa offers relaxing facials, waxing, and make-up application at lower prices while our students practice and hone their skills in the field of skin care. All work performed by... more »

From our students...

The small class sizes are great as well as the evening times. I would absolutely recommend EGTC – it offers a great family, school and work balance.

Staci Halkowich
Student

From our teachers...

I started the Phlebotomy Program here 15 years ago. Phlebotomy is a great field that can open many doors; new opportunities can arise depending on how far a student wants to extend themselves.

Marie Hooker
Current Faculty