CIS 166: Computer Programming for Information Processing I.
4 hours, (2 lecture, 2 lab), 3 credits. Structured computer programming using a modern high-level programming language. Includes console I/O, data types, variables, control structures, including iteration, arrays, function definitions and calls, parameter passing, functional decomposition, and an introduction to objects. Debugging techniques. PREREQ: MAT 104 or placement by the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. Note: Not Intended for students in Mathematics or Computer Science.
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