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GMS 110
Computer Programming3.0 credit hours
An introduction to the exciting world of computer programming, this course will provide an understanding of how computers work, and how people write software to solve real-world problems. Topics include foundational programming concepts such as working with numbers, strings, loops, conditional structures, functions, objects, graphics, and files. Also covered are basic design practices, including top-down design, prototyping, and object-oriented code. This course will be useful to students interested in pursuing computer science, information technology, mathematics, engineering and other scientific/technical fields.

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