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Information Systems courses carry science credit. Programming courses may not be audited.

CIS 110-CN : Introduction to Computer Programming


The course is an introduction to programming concepts for students with limited or no previous experience and knowledge in programming. Students will get familiar with programming as a tool to solve wide range of problems. The course is built around general concepts that will be applied in practice by using Java, one of most widely used programming languages. This basic programming course teaches software programing concepts such variables, constants, conditionals, looping, objects, classes, and user-defined methods. Students will learn to analyze requirements, design, program, and test their programs. The course includes in-class and offline interactive lectures, labs, and quizzes, with emphasis on hands-on coding. A final assignment is required for students to illustrate their understanding of all programming topics covered in the course. May not be audited or taken P/N.

Fall 2021
Start/End DatesDay(s)TimeBuildingSection
09/21/21 - 12/11/21M
6:15 – 9:15 p.m.Wieboldt Hall 71312
InstructorCourse LocationStatusCAESAR Course ID
Garayev, Faig
Chicago Campus
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