Step Five—Computer Science

CS 105 (Intro Computing: Non-Tech) should be taken during the freshman year.

About the Course . . .

C S 105: Intro Computing: Non-Tech

Introduction to computing as an essential tool of academic and professional activities. Functions and interrelationships of computer system components: hardware, systems and applications software, and networks. Widely used application packages such as spreadsheets and databases. Concepts and practice of programming for the solution of simple problems in different application areas. Intended for non-science and nonengineering majors. Credit is not given for both CS 105 and CS 101. Prerequisite: MATH 012. 3 hours.

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