CIS 1101 Intro to Problem Solving & Programming

Credits: 3.00

The course prepares students with limited computing background to enter the field of information technology or computer science. Students develop the essential concepts for logic, design, and problem solving skills used in computer programming. Students will apply these skills by developing complete graphical, event-driven programs using a visual language such as Microsoft Visual Basic. The emphasis of the course is to learn concepts and techniques that are common to most programming languages in developing business solutions. This course is also appropriate for non-information technology majors.

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Last Updated: 03/01/2016