Introduction to algorithmic problem solving and computer programming. Designed to provide a foundation for further studies in computer science.
Asynchronous Online; Minimum junior standing; Open to Degree and PACE students
Programming I teaches problem solving, and the problem solving process, in the context of high level computer programming. This section of CS 1210 uses Python as a vehicle to introduce the elements of computer programming. Topics will include variables, selection statements, repetition statements, functions, flow of control, simple input/output and basic data structures. Throughout the course, good programming style will be emphasized. The course assumes no prior programming experience. However, students should be proficient working with files within their computing environment and basic high school mathematics concepts (arithmetic, order of operations, etc.). This section is offered online in an asynchronous format; Junior or Senior standing.
Students are expected to read the chapter and review all supplemental videos and notes each week. There will be a weekly lab that will provide additional practice; the homework will allow students to demonstrate their understanding of the material.
Programming assignments, labs, and two exams will be given during the semester. The course will conclude with a self-designed final project.
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