Spring 2022

I 304 Programming for Informatics

Unique ID: 27885

   Tues
   Thurs

02:00 PM - 03:30 PM  CBA 4.326
In Person

DESCRIPTION

Examine the fundamentals of computer programming and practice developing and documenting code.

Offered on the letter-grade basis only.

COURSE NOTES

At the end of this course, students should:
- Have the skills required to solve problems by creating and modifying
programs.
- Have the knowledge of basic programming concepts, their appropriate usage,
and how and where to learn more.
- Have the skills to write precisely and insightfully about programs and the
programming process to help clarify their ideas and to communicate these
ideas to others.
- Have an attitude of confidence when reading, writing, or discussing
computer code.
Note: The programming language used in this course is Python. Students will
also learn Markdown as an important tool for writing precisely about code.

RESTRICTIONS

Restricted to undergraduate Informatics/Information Studies degree seekers.