CS110-01Q Introduction to Computing (with Chris Kelly)

CS110-01Q Introduction to Computing (with Chris Kelly)

An introduction to computer programming: the concepts involved in use of a higher level language and the program development process. The goal of this course is proficiency in the design and implementation of programs of significant size and complexity. This course is quite demanding because of the length of the programming exercises assigned. This is the first course in the computer science sequence. Note: Credit toward a UMass Boston degree may be awarded for only one elementary programming course. No credit will be given for CS 110 to a student who has already completed a similar course. For instance, a student who has received the equivalent of CS 110 as transfer credit cannot take CS 110 for credit here. Students who are barred from receiving credit for CS 110, but who are not fully prepared for CS 210, should request permission to take CS 119 as a means of remedying the deficiency.

Prerequisite(s): MATH 130 with a grade of B or better in the previous semester or placement into Math 140 from the ALEKS test. Department Permission Required. Note: Students with grades lower than B in the pre-requisite course will be dropped from the class.
Lab Fee: $50





Day(s) and Time(s):

May 26-Jul 23
MTuTh: 7:30-9p


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Class Number:3119_Smr2020
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Important Dates
Session 1 classes start: May 26, 2020
Session 1 deadline for 100% refund: May 28, 2020
Session 1 deadline for 50% refund: June 2, 2020
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