Undergraduate Computer Science-Rock County
2021 Fall Term
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An overview of computers, what they are and how they work. Typical topics include history, hardware, programming languages and operating systems, application software, communications, career opportunities and ethical issues. Also included is an introduction to the campus computing network.
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SCIENCE
How computers work, communicating with computers, areas of application & significance, simple Algebraic Language programming, elementary data processing & problem solving. Instruction & significant experience in BASIC.
INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING
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.
PROBLEM SOLVING AND PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES IN C++
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.