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CSC 125 - Introduction to Programming


This course introduces the student to the process of creating algorithms for the solution of problems using a computer. Problem solving structures will first be presented independent of programming language. Concepts, including variables, assignment statements, conditionals, loops, functions, and arrays are explored. Visual Basic and its integrated development environment will then be used to illustrate how the programming logic is used to create an actual program.
Prerequisite(s): ENG 020 Introduction to Composition, ICR 031 Critical College Reading, & MAT 041 Pre-Algebra; or by placement exams.
Corequisite(s): CSC 100 Introduction to Computer Science
3 credits



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