Introduction to algorithm development for computer systems processing

Introduction to algorithm development for computer

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Introduction to algorithm development for computer systems processing emphasizing end-user needs, problem solving, and object-oriented programming techniques. 178 COMPUTER APPLICATION PROGRAMMING 3 F,S C or better in ITK 177 or cons dept advisor req. Not for cr if had ITK 169 or 275. The design, development, and implementation of computer application systems, including files and GUI. 179 INTRODUCTION TO DATA STRUCTURES 3 F,S C or better in ITK 168 or cons dept advisor req. Not for cr if had ITK 169 or 275. Intermediate computer programming, including elemen- tary data structures such as linked lists, stacks, queues, binary trees. Information Technology
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136 C A S T 191 INTRODUCTION TO ITK PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE 1 F,S C or better in ITK 160 and 168 req. Maj only. Researching available positions, interpreting job descrip- tions, interview skills, preparing a resume, benefits of a Professional Practice experience. 208 INFORMATION AND DATABASE ACCESS 3 F C or better in ITK 150, 155, or 160 req. Techniques for retrieving, displaying and reporting data from databases; importing data to/from other software tools; creating simple databases. 214 SOCIAL, LEGAL, AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OC-SMT 3 F,S Inner Core req. MC-IS category req. Study of personal, societal, legal, and ethical issues raised by the effects of information technology. 225 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION 3 F C or better in ITK 179 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Formerly ITK 325. Introduction to computer organization, internal representa- tion of instructions and data, and interaction between soft- ware and hardware components. 254 HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE CONCEPTS 3 F,S C or better in ITK 160 and 177 req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Overview of nature and interrelationships of computer archi- tectures, hardware, operating systems, data types, program- ming languages, application development facilities, networks, communications. 261 SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT I 3 F,S C or better in ITK (178, 179, or 277) and ITK (254 or 225 or conc reg) req. Maj/min only or cons dept advi- sor req. Information systems development, development methodolo- gies, analysis and design techniques and tools, relational database concepts. 272 COBOL AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 4 F,S C or better in ITK 178 req. Not for cr if had ACC 366. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. COBOL language for students with substantial program- ming experience in another language. Emphasizes struc- tured problem-solving and programming. 275 JAVA AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 4 F,S Not for cr if had ITK 169, 178, 179, or 277. 2-sem seq in a high-level programming language req. Maj/min only or cons dept advisor req. Formerly C ++ AS A SECOND LANGUAGE. Intensive study of the Java programming language for stu- dents with previous programming experience. 277 PROGRAMMING FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS 3 F,S C or better in ITK 177 or cons dept advisor req. For- merly ITK 355 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATION AND DESIGN. Not for cr if had ITK 169 or 275.
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