BIT 1400 A - Introduction to Programming and Problem Solving

Web course
The evaluation for this course does not include formal seated exams, so no distance proctoring arrangements are required.

Introduction to basic concepts of algorithm design and computer programming in C/C++. Topics include computer architecture, algorithms and pseudocode, basic operators, variables and functions, program control with iteration and conditionals, I/O operations, text processing, structures, arrays, pointers, and debugging.
Precludes additional credit for IMD 1003, ITEC 1400, NET 1000 and PLT 1000.
Prerequisite(s): restricted to students in the B.I.T. degree program.
Lectures three hours a week, tutorial/laboratory three hours a week.

CRN for section A: 20741

Instructor: Ali Arya

Ali Arya

Instructor: Christopher Joslin

Christopher Joslin

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