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2012-2013 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

CPSC 110 - Computer Programming with Business Applications

(same as MIS 110) (3 credits)
Introduction to the basic principles of computer programming and the application of programming solving business-oriented problems. Topics include algorithm development, basic control structures, procedures, arrays, records, graphic user interface design, and file processing. Applications in Visual basic will be included. No prior exposure to computer programming is assumed. Fall, Spring.