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Course DescriptionIntroduction to structured programming and algorithms with an object-oriented language. Topics include input/output, flow of control,functions, and an introduction to software engineering. Programming assignments are required. (Formerly CSCI 111)RequisitesPrerequisitesCSIS 110 or ENGR 110 (Minimum grade of C) (May be taken as a co-requisite)RationaleThis course provides an introduction to basic computer programming concepts using the C++ language. It also provides a foundationfor learning additional aspects of C++ and other languages by teaching problem-solving techniques and a design methodology inaddition to the specifics of C++.Measurable Learning OutcomesUpon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:1. Describe fundamental computer terminology and software development principles.2. Correctly employ C++ language features for selection.3. Correctly employ C++ language features for iteration.4. Correctly employ C++ language features for functions.5. Correctly employ C++ language features for arrays.6. Correctly employ C++ language features for structures.7. To apply a biblical worldview to introductory programming.Foundational Skills Learning OutcomesCommunications and Information LiteracyCIL 1: Discover and evaluate information to accomplish a specific purposeCIL 2: Communicate information effectively in the English language, orally and/or through writing for a variety of purposes, usingtechnology when appropriate.CIL 3: Analyze and assess various forms of information and expression to determine their meaning, employing technology whenrelevant.CIL 5: Relate communications and information literacy to participation in God’s redemptive work.Online · School of Business · Computer ScienceIntroduction to ProgrammingCSIS-111FALL B 2020Section B0308/24/2020 to 10/16/2020Modified 08/21/20201 of 6
AssignmentsCourse LearningOutcomesABETCourseOutcomesGenEd LearningOutcomesAssignmentsCourse LearningOutcomesABETCourseOutcomesGenEd LearningOutcomesExam 11a,b,eCIL 1,3Programming32a,b,c,e,i,jCIL 1,2,3Exam 21,2,3a,b,eCIL 1,3Programming42,3a,b,c,e,i,j,kCIL1,2,3Exam 33,4a,b,eCIL 1,3Programming52,3a,b,c,e,i,j,kCIL 1,2,3Exam 45,6a,b,eCIL 1,3Programming62,3,4a,b,c,e,i,j,kCIL 1,2,3Programming11iCIL 1,2,3Programming72,3,4a,b,c,e,i,j,kCIL 1,2,3Programming21a,b,c,e,i,jCIL 1,2,3Programming82,3,4,6a,b,c,e,i,j,kCIL 1,2,3DB 17CIL 2, 5DB 27CIL 2, 5Course ResourcesRequired ResourceThe resource below is provided in the course at no cost to the student. However, if the student prefers a physical copy of the resource,he or she may purchase it through the Liberty University Online bookstore(), MBS Direct.The purchase of physical copies is optional.

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