CS 1309

CS 1309 (COSC 1336) Computer Science I (2-2). This course is a disciplined approach to problem-solving with structured techniques and representation of algorithms using pseudo-code and graphical tools. There will be discussions of methods for testing evaluation and documentation. Topics include data types; control structures; functions structures arrays and file input/output; the mechanics of running testing and debugging programs; introduction to programming; and introduction to the historical and social context of computing. Prerequisite: Students may concurrently enroll in Math 1314.


Fall 2022


Computer Science I   Section 001   Naixue (Neal) Xiong
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Computer Science I Lab   Section L01   Naixue (Neal) Xiong
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Fall 2021


Computer Science I   Section 001   Naixue (Neal) Xiong
Computer Science I Lab   Section L01   Naixue (Neal) Xiong


Fall 2020


Computer Science I   Section 001   Adriana Lumpkin
Computer Science I Lab   Section L01   Adriana Lumpkin
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Computer Science I   Section Z01   Adriana Lumpkin
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Computer Science I Lab   Section ZL1   Adriana Lumpkin
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