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CS 115 - Introduction to Programming

5.0 Credits
An introductory course in programming using VB.NET. No previous programming experience is expected. Topics include designing, creating and debugging interactive, event-driven programs with a graphical user interface and developing problem solving skills.
Prerequisite MATH 090 or MATH 097 or ETEC 150 with a minimum grade of 2.0 or placement above MATH 097 or instructor permission.
Course-level Learning Objectives (CLOs)
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Use correct syntax and structure of the Visual Basic language.
  2. Design an appropriate User Interface for a simple Visual Basic application.
  3. Analyze problems typical of the business, scientific or home environment and to formulate solutions in quantitative terms capable of computer solution.
  4. Design algorithms typically used in computer programming.
  5. Lay out a flow chart for a typical algorithm.
  6. Utilize Sequence, Selection and Iteration constructs in the design of solutions.
  7. Design, code, correct, test, and execute a Visual Basic program.

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