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Programming Logic and Design

Course Prefix: 
IS
Course Number: 
222
Course Credits: 
3

Language-independent course introducing the computer program design and development process. Identification and solution of business problems emphasized. Concepts include program structures, decision-making, flow control, algorithm development and arrays. Techniques include structured flow charts, hierarchy charts, and the use of pseudocode in program design. Prerequisite: MA 110 or concurrent.

Events

Feb
12
February 12
11:00 AM
Friday February 12, 11:00am
Connelly Center Dining Hall
E.g., 02/12/16
E.g., 02/12/16