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Undergraduate Computer Science-Rock County

2020 Fall Term

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1 Units

COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS

Computer Science-Rock County 103

An overview of computers, what they are & how they work. Typical topics include history, hardware, programming languages & operating systems, application software, communications, career opportunities & ethical issues. Also included is an Intro to the campus computing network.


3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE

Computer Science-Rock County 110

How computers work, communicating with computers, areas of application & significance, simple Algebraic Language programming, elementary data processing & problem solving. Instruction & significant experience in BASIC.


2 Units

INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING

Computer Science-Rock County 130

The basics of programming in BASIC for beginners. Introductory Info on editing, program structure, data types, input, output, calculating, looping & selection. Short programs will be written & tested on a computer.


4 Units

PROBLEM SOLVING AND PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES IN C++

Computer Science-Rock County 216

Program design using both modular & object-oriented methods. Topics covered to include stream I/O, recursion, multi-dimensional arrays, sorting & searching, pointers & dynamic memory allocation, classes & abstract data types, & operator overloading.

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