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|CSC 1024N - Introduction to Programming|
Provides both a conceptual introduction to programming
languages and a practical education in programming.
The course focuses on problem solving using computers and
the Java programming language. Stressed is the mindset
needed to analyze challenging problems encountered in
science and business and to implement solutions to such
problems in software. Some programming projects assigned
to students have a video game development component.
Students are introduced to basic data structures,
including 1D and 2D arrays. Important concepts from
object-oriented programming are stressed, including
class design, encapsulation, information hiding, and
inheritance. On completion of this course, students
should be competent Java programmers and should be aware
of the capabilities of C and C++.
Prerequistes: CSC 1023N or CIS 1200N or permission of the
Mathematics and Computer Science Department chair.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Division of Ntl Science & Math Division
Mathematics & Comp Science Department
Undergraduate level CSC 1023N Minimum Grade of D- or Undergraduate level CIS 1200N Minimum Grade of D-
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