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. Prerequisites: End-user familiarity with computers, the Internet, Microsoft Windows.

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2017 Spring Semester
Online Course
Jan 9th - Jan 30th
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
22 Seats Avail.
Online Course
Feb 1st - Feb 22nd
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
22 Seats Avail.
Online Course
Mar 1st - Mar 22nd
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
20 Seats Avail.
Online Course
Apr 3rd - Apr 24th
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
20 Seats Avail.
Online Course
May 1st - May 22nd
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
26 Seats Avail.
2017 Summer Semester
Online Course
Jun 5th - Jun 26th
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
20 Seats Avail.
Online Course
Jul 5th - Jul 26th
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
21 Seats Avail.
Online Course
Aug 1st - Aug 22nd
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
22 Seats Avail.
2017 Fall Semester
Online Course
Sep 5th - Sep 26th
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
21 Seats Avail.
Online Course
Oct 2nd - Oct 23rd
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
25 Seats Avail.
Online Course
Oct 27th - Nov 17th
TBA @ - (24 HRS)
296.00
25 Seats Avail.

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