Undergraduate Computer Science
2014 Summer Term
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COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (GM)
Computer Science 162
A thorough introduction to using computers covering word processing, spreadsheets, data storage and retrieval, computer graphics and applications, uses of computers, e-mail and the Internet, hardware, history, and problems arising from the use of computers.
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING (GM)
Computer Science 171
An introduction to computer programming and its applications to science, business and education. Opportunity for extensive experience in designing and writing structured programs in the Visual Basic language.
INTRODUCTION TO JAVA
Computer Science 172
This course will give students the essentials of object-oriented programming in Java. Students will learn to formulate algorithms, to solve problems and to implement those solutions with a Java program that employs objects and classes. The student will be introduced to object-oriented design, applications and applets, class construction, methods and message passing arrays, string processing, file processing, and some event-handling and Graphical Use Interface programming. This course is designed for students with some prior programming experience.
INTRODUCTION TO C++
Computer Science 174
This course teaches basic programming skills using the structured high-level language C++. Topics include basic input and output, declaration and use of variables, use of control statements, implementation of functions usig value and reference parameters, arrays, and structures. Students will write moderately complex applications using C++.
CONCEPTS OF PROGRAMMING
Computer Science 220
This course teaches students professional software development using object-oriented program design and the Java programming language. Coverage includes correct business programming style and documentation, program debugging and testing, database and file processing, event-handling, and graphical user interfaces.
Computer Science 271
This course covers PC hardware and the use of an assembly language including writing, linking, and executing a program. Also covered are number systems, the 8086 processor, instructions for arithmetic and logical operations, memory access, loops, declaring variables, and using interrupts, machine language, segments, stacks, procedure writing, and file handling.
Computer Science 381
INTERNSHIP IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
Computer Science 493
S/NC grade basis only.
INDEPENDENT STUDY IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
Computer Science 498
Study of a selected topic or topics under the direction of a faculty member. Repeatable. Department Consent required.