Labs start the first week of classes. Please bring your textbook and a USB memory stick to all labs.
If you intend to use a laptop to do your programming work in CP104, please bring it to the first lab - we will help you install the Python and Eclipse tools you need. First download the installation files by following the instruction on the Tools pages. We cannot guarantee that sufficient wireless connections will be available in the lab.
An introductory course designed to familiarize the student with modern software development techniques. Emphasis is on problem-solving and structured program design methodologies. Programming projects are implemented in a widely used high-level language. (This course may be "challenged for credit".)
3 lecture hours, 2.5 lab hours
Regulations: Faculty of Science Regulations
|Lecture A||MW||01:00 pm - 02:20 pm||SBE1220||Dr. Evgueni Zima|
|Lab L1||W||02:30 pm - 04:50 pm||P1033||Mr. David Brown|
|Lab L2||M||02:30 pm - 04:50 pm||P1033||Mr. David Brown|
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