Introduction to Programming Languages Online

Course Code: ITSE-1003

Course Description

Basic programming concepts and techniques. Topics include familiarization with and utilization of computer systems; developing logic; preparing top-down design of problems; and creating programs. Students will learn how to construct basic algorithms and write computer programs using basic types, loops, and conditionals. Students will practice the skill of programming in every class. Suggested prerequisites: End-user familiarity with computers, the Internet, Microsoft Windows.

For questions regarding this course, please contact Marcela Nouzovska.

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2018 Fall Semester
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Oct 1st - Oct 22nd
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15 Seats Avail.
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Oct 29th - Nov 19th
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19 Seats Avail.
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Nov 26th - Dec 17th
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20 Seats Avail.
2019 Spring Semester
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Jan 7th - Jan 28th
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20 Seats Avail.
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Feb 4th - Feb 25th
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20 Seats Avail.
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Mar 4th - Mar 25th
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20 Seats Avail.
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Apr 1st - Apr 22nd
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20 Seats Avail.
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May 1st - May 22nd
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20 Seats Avail.

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