CSC-101 - Computer Science 1

3 credits

This course assumes no prior knowledge of computer programming. The course starts with the basic of problem solving and algorithm development using the standard control structures of sequencing, selection, iteration, and function abstraction. A brief introduction to object- oriented design perspective is fully introduced and integrated into the student's problem- solving methodology. The C++ programming language will be used in this course. A summary of the topics contained in the course include: an overview of computer science, problem solving, input and output techniques, functions, selection statement, repetitious statements, strings, structured data will classes, files, and arrays.

Corequisite(s): CSC 101L 

Previously known as: CSCI-110