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A new online course on computer science courses is on the way for the first time in the U.S.
The online course, entitled Computer Science for Everyone, offers an introduction to computer science, starting with basic concepts such as computers, networks, and programming.
It will be available to people from grades six through 12.
The course is free and open to anyone from grades three through nine, and includes a two-week online class and a six-week one-on-one course with students in the United States.
The class has been offered at the university for three years and has been approved by the faculty and staff, said University of Arizona computer science professor David Sorensen, who helped design the course.
Computer science has become a growing field at universities, and it is expected to become a popular field in the future, he said.
The courses are designed for students of all ages and backgrounds.
The students have to pass a computer programming exam to graduate.
They can take the course online at the beginning of the semester or take it on the campus.
Some students say the course offers a good foundation in computer science.
The students are not being paid, but they are being offered scholarships to attend an international college.
Some of the courses are being taught by professors with decades of experience in the field.
For example, computer science is taught by John C. Reilly at Cornell University.
Reilly teaches computer science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and he has taught at the U of A, the University in London, and the University de Genève in France.
The computer science education program at the universities that offer computer science programs is called Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, or CSIA, and is funded by the Department of Education.
The department has also sponsored an online computer science class for students in grades five through nine.
The U.K. Education Funding Council for Education, Skills and Skills Development, which sponsors the program, is funding the online course.
The council did not return calls for comment.
It’s not clear how many students have taken the course, and how much it cost.
However, it is widely known that computer science has a wide appeal to young people, and some people who take the online courses do well in school, said Sorenesen.
The college said in a news release that the course has been a hit at the Arizona campus.
Students who have taken it have scored high on the CSIA exam, according to the Associated Press news agency.
The AP has reported that about 60 percent of students in Arizona enrolled in CSIA in the last school year.