CISC *1111 Basic Principles of Computer Programming With Science Applications 1
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as CIS 1.51.
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4 hours; 2 credits
Algorithms, programs, and computers. Writing, debugging, and verifying programs. Data representation. Loops, functions, and other control structures. Introduction to basic concepts of computer science. Programming applications selected from the areas of mathematics, physics, biology and chemistry. (Open only to students in an Early College High School program.)