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|CSC 101 - Introduction to Problem Solving Using Computers|
CSC 101 Introduction to Problem Solving Using Computers (3). This course is an introduction to problem solving using computers which spans the breadth of issues such as logical reasoning in algorithm development, procedural, object-oriented and event-driven/visual programming languages, web programming, networking concepts, security issues and other pertinent topics regarding the use of a computer to solve real-world problems. The student will be provided with an overall picture of the many areas of expertise in the computing field as they apply to other disciplines as well as an introduction to fundamental programming concepts. This course is intended as the first course for CSIS majors and a course for non-majors who want to learn how to instruct computers to solve problems. Prerequisite: Math ACT score of at least 20 or MAT 097 or higher.
0.000 OR 3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Laboratory, Lecture, Web, CLEP
Computer Science & Info System Department
CPE-General Ed Miscellaneous, Trad (Fees), US-Writing or Tech Intensive