CSYS 1203 Section 390 CRN # 31464 Online
Assoc. Prof. Dr. William Smith
(918) 595-7616Skype: drwillsmith
Southeast Campus - 4210
Tuesday/Thursday 9:00 -12:00
Starting out with Alice 2nd Edition
by Tony Gaddis (ISBN 0-321-54587-7)
Starting out with Programming Logic and Design
by Tony Gaddis (ISBN 0-132-80545-6)
This course is a required prerequisite for all programming classes and will serve as an introduction tostructured programming techniques. Topics to be covered include ﬂowcharting, pseudocode, se-quence, selection, iteration, arrays, I/0, principles of problem solving, debugging, documentation andgood programming practice. Topics will be applied using an appropriate programming language.
In this course, we will take an in depth look at programming concepts and techniques. We will exam-ine theoretical concepts that make the world of programming unique. Also, this course will adopt apractical hands-on approach when examining programming styles through an introduction to Alice.Along with examining different coding techniques, this course will explore the advancement of pro-gramming, as well as, timeless problem solving strategies.
CSYS 1203 Introduction to Programming
CSYS 1203 Introduction to Programming - Course Syllabus Summer 2012