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CISC *1113 Basic Principles of Java Programming with Science Applications I

4 hours; 2 credits

Algorithms, computers and programs. Writing, debugging, and testing programs. Loops and conditional control structures. Method definition and parameter passing. Basic concepts of computer science. Programming applications selected from mathematics, physics, biology and chemistry. (Open only to students in an Early College High School program.)


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