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CSCI 100 - Introduction to Programming


Credit(s): 3

Prerequisite(s): basic keyboarding skills (30wpm) are recommended.
This course is an introduction to elementary programming techniques. A wide range of programs will be written by the student and run on a computer. Students learn the techniques of looping, functions and subroutines, arrays, variables and data types, user input/output, file input/output, and appropriate programming practices common to most languages. (Intermittently)

Course Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the course, students will be able to
  • Use programming concepts and methods common to computer languages.
  • Transfer these fundamental programming skills to other programming languages.
  • Design simple applications.
  • Understand control structures, functions/procedures, arrays, classes, and objects.



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