Introduction to Computer Systems and Programming - CPSC 110 - A1
The course provides an introduction to computer systems and programing, concepts in computer architecture including the central processing unit, buses, memory units, input/output and communication devices. The introduction to operating systems emphasizes the file system and program development utilities. Programing concepts and techniques include problem analysis, program design, coding, and testing, as well as language elements such as data types, variables and assignment statements, expressions, mixed-mode arithmetic, input/output operations, basic data structures and control structures, procedures and abstract data types. Basic database management concepts will also be introduced. Students will develop small applications programs. CPSC 110-3 is a first course in computer science and computer programing. CPSC 110-3 cannot be counted as a computer science course by computer science majors. Credit will not be awarded for both CPSC 110-3 & CPSC 100-4. Refer to major for required course.
Please note: You must register separately in lecture, lab, and tutorial components.
Campus:   Prince George
Schedule Type:  Lecture
Instructional Method: On campus, face to face
( MATH 115 Minimum Grade of C- or PreCalculus 12 (50%) or Principles of Math 12 (50%) or Foundations of Math 12 (50%) )
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