CS 110 - Programming and Problem Solving

Description: Introduction to programming and problem-solving techniques, the fundamental concepts of programming, and the software design process. Topics include data types, control structures, syntax and semantics, scope rules, functions, string processing, one-dimensional arrays, files, and the mechanics of running, testing, debugging, and documenting. Problems are drawn from various science disciplines.

Prerequisites: Precalculus 30, or Calculus 30, or Mathematics B30 and C30, or MATH 102

Note: CS majors who have mastered the course material in CS 110 through other means are eligible to write the CS 110 bypass exam.

Credit Hours: 3

Class Hrs./Week:
3

Lab Hrs./Week:
2

Hardware: TBA

Software: C++
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