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    William Paterson University
  Nov 17, 2017
2017-2018 Undergrad Catalog

CS 2300 Computer Science I

This course is the foundation course for the Computer Science program which is one of the most high-technology academic curriculums. The topics include algorithimic approaches to computer problem solving and programming methodology. analyisis, design, writing , compilation, execution, documentation, implementation, debugging, and evaluation of a computer program with procedural abstraction and baisc data representation. Substantial programming assignments ( in aNSI C/C++ language) is emphasized, including problem solving in numerical, applied to mathematical, science, business and other areas as well as non-numerical applications. Course offered Fall and Spring Semesters. Students will be charged an additional Comp Science Lab Fee when enrolling in this course. Prerequisite(s): MATH 1150  OR MATH 1350 
Credits: 4.0