|Course Title||INTRO TO COMPUTER PROG|
|Full Title||Introduction to Computer Programming|
|Description||Computer organization and operation. Binary representation of information. Fundamentals of computer programming using a C family language: data types, selection and iteration structures, functions, arrays, pointers, scope and duration of variables. Systematic design and development of computer programs.|
|Prerequisite||Credit or concurrent registration in Mathematics 150.|
|Course Hours||Two lectures and three hours of laboratory.|
|General Text||NOTE: Prerequisites will be enforced in all undergraduate computer engineering and electrical engineering courses numbered 100 through 599. A copy of an official transcript will be accepted as proof. For corequisites, an enrollment confirmation form will be accepted. Any course at the 300 level or below must be passed with a grade of C- or better in order to be used as a prerequisite for any subsequent course.|
Class instruction includes use of computers.
Proof of prerequisite required.