INT-1111 - Programming Logic and Design

Introduction to computer programming concepts with emphasis on structured program logic and design. Procedural and object oriented concepts are introduced. Design tools such as pseudo-code and flowcharting are covered. Students are introduced to several software packages that may be used to develop flowcharts and pseudo-code. This course does not teach a particular programming language, but rather emphasizes problem solving techniques that can be applied to programming in any language. Examples from various programming languages may be used to illustrate concepts. Formerly offered as CIS 1111. Students may not receive credit for both CIS 1111 and INT 1111. 2 class/2 lab hours.
Academic Level
Undergraduate Level
Subject
Information Technology
Department
Information & Engineering Tech
Credits
3
Corequisites
None
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