This course, intended primarily for non-majors, provides an introduction to computer programming using a language well-suited to beginning programmers and practical applications, e.g., Visual Basic.Net.
An elementary introduction to programming using a language such as Visual Basic. Topics include variables, formatted input/output, arrays, looping, conditional execution, subroutines, functions, computer graphics, animation. Applications to other disciplines are stressed.
Understanding of computer mechanisms for representing and analyzing numerical and logical information and the power of programmability; practical ability to implement useful computing tools.
|Spring 2014||Channah Naiman||http://webpages.cs.luc.edu/%7Ecnaiman/COMP125/SP14/COMP125syllSP14.html|
|Fall 2011||Dr. William Honig||http://people.cs.luc.edu/whonig/comp-125/Comp125Syllabus21Oct11.pdf|
|Fall 2011||Dr. Ron Greenberg||http://rig.cs.luc.edu/~rig/courses/syllabi/c125f11.pdf|