CSC 110: Fluency in Information Technology

Course Description:

Information representation, the Internet and HTML, algorithmic thinking and programming, language translation, modeling and abstraction, algorithmic complexity and non-computability, machine architecture and parallel computation, networks and communication, database principles, multimedia, social impacts of computing.

Prerequisites:

No previous computing experience is assumed.

Textbook:

photo of textbook coverFluency with Information Technology: Skills, Concepts, and Capabilities, 5/E
Author: Lawrence Snyder
ISBN-13:  9780132828932

Current Semester Pages:


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