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CSAS 1015 - Computer Science Essentials

Purpose: To provide an introductory course, offering an exposure to major areas and issues in computer science and information technology, without significant mathematical or programming prerequisites.  The course is designed for anyone who would like to know what Computer Science is but who has little or no programming background.

Content: General overview of the many facets of computer science and information technology:  Data, hardware, software, networks.  System software including operating systems and programming environments.  Software engineering; program development using data structures, algorithms, files, and databases.  Exposure to other topics and issues in computer science, such as data compression, security, theory of computation, computational complexity. Prerequisites: MATH 0012 or appropriate placement. 3 credits.

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