Fall 2021

INF 380P Introduction to Programming

Unique ID: 28750

   Wed

12:00 PM - 03:00 PM  UTA 1.208

class will shift between in-person instruction and online meetings via Zoom varying from week to week.

Hybrid

DESCRIPTION

Introduction to common concepts and constructs of modern computer programming such as classes and objects, methods, inheritance, data types, variables, operators, procedures, and code libraries. Development of programmatic solutions to specific computing problems and design applications for modern computing platforms such as desktop, tablet, mobile, and the World Wide Web. Intended for students with no significant prior programming experience.

PREREQUISITES

Graduate standing.

RESTRICTIONS

Restricted to graduate students in the School of Information