CS 111 - Computing I
This two part sequence provides a breadth first introduction to the field of Computer Science. Students learn the history of Computer Science as well as the basics about operating systems and computer architecture. Students learn how to think logically and how to problem solve with computers. Students are introduced to the general concepts and techniques of object oriented programming, and an emphasis is placed on generating working programs. Students also gain an understanding of the implementation of programming designs, and basic concepts of data structures. These courses include a laboratory component
Required for Computer Science Degree programs and the Computer Science Minor program.
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