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ITS-211 Programming Language I
In this course, students learn problem-solving and programming coding skills to develop software applications/tools. Students are introduced to a high-level programming language. Topics include data types, selections, loops, methods, arrays, objects and classes, strings and text I/O, arithmetic and logic operations, control structures and error handling. Students will learn techniques to design, code, debug, and document programs through hands-on programming projects.
A grade of C or better in ITS 110 and MAT 140; or permission of instructor.
Program: Information Technology
Grading System: letter grades only.
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