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Computer Science (CSCI)

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CSCI 101 | INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS  (3 credits)
General hardware and software issues such as: terminology, environments. Applications such as: word processing, spreadsheets, databases, Internet usage.
Offered: Every Semester

CSCI 122 | VISUAL BASIC  (3 credits)
Introduction to programming in the Basic/Visual Basic language.
Offered: Fall

CSCI 124 | BEGINNING C++/VISUAL C++  (3 credits)
Introduction to programming in the C++/VISUAL C++ language.
Offered: Fall

CSCI 127 | BEGINNING JAVA/J++  (3 credits)
Introduction to programming in the Java/J++ language.
Offered: Spring

CSCI 160 | COMPUTER SCIENCE I  (4 credits)
An introduction to computer science including problem solving, algorithm development, and structure programming in a high-level language. Emphasis on design, coding, testing, and documentation of programs using accepted standards of style.
Offered: Fall

CSCI 161 | COMPUTER SCIENCE II  (4 credits)
Prerequisite: "C" or higher in CSCI 160 or Instructor approval.

Advanced concepts in computer science including data structures, algorithm analysis, standard problems such as searching and sorting, and memory management issues.
Offered: Spring

CSCI 172 | INTERMEDIATE VISUAL BASIC  (3 credits)
Prerequisite: "C" or higher in CSCI 122 or Instructor approval.

Intermediate-level programming in the Basic/Visual Basic language.
Offered: Spring

CSCI 174 | INTERMEDIATE C++/VISUAL C++  (3 credits)
Intermediate-level programming in the C++/Visual C++ language.
Offered: Spring

CSCI 289 | SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY  (2 credits)
An introduction to the effects of computer technology on society and individuals and to ethical problems faced by computer professionals. Topics covered include: privacy, the nature of work, centralization versus decentralization, and the need for human factors analysis in the development of a new computer system.
Offered: Every Semester

CSCI 299 | SPECIAL TOPICS  (1-4 credits)
Prerequisite: Departmental approval.

A course designed to meet students' needs or interests.
Offered: By Demand