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CSE 113: Introduction to Computer Programming I

This page refers to the Summer 2017 offering of CSE 113 only. The information on this page does not necessarily apply to every offering of CSE 113.

Summer 2017


Introduction to Computer Programming I

Introduction to computers and computer programming intended for nonmajors. Currently required for some School of Management majors and appropriate for others seeking a practical introduction to computer programming. Topics include the use of data types and variables, programming control constructs supported by modern languages, input/output, basic concepts of object-oriented programming (such as classes, objects, encapsulation, information hiding, and code reuse), as well as graphical user interfaces. No previous computer experience assumed. Not suitable for intended computer science or computer engineering majors except those who have absolutely no experience using a computer. Admitted computer science and computer engineering students should not take this course.

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