Catalogue 2014 - 2015

CS 102 Introduction to Programming

Credits

4 cr.

Course Description

Covers problem solving with programming in greater detail. Students learn to apply fundamental imperative, procedural constructs to solve common programming problems, as well as the beginnings of object oriented programming (e.g., defining classes, instantiating objects, using objects, and using application programmer's interfaces). Students learn to design and develop small programs using a procedural, imperative programming language and appropriate analysis, design, and testing techniques.

Notes

This course is a prerequisite.

One cannot receive credit for both CS 102 and BIS 300. This course is equivalent to IT 102. 3 hours of lecture and 3 hours of lab per week.


Cross Listed Courses

IT 102

Distribution

GUR/MR

Offered

in the spring semester.