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CS 175 Advanced Computer Programming I 3.0 Credits

Advanced programming in language of instruction at an accelerated pace: introduces fundamental concepts of computing including memory, instructions, function calls, and activation records. Covers fundamentals of structured computer programming in the language of instruction: conditionals and branching, subprograms, parameter passing, repetition, arrays, top-down design, testing, and debugging. Supplements basic topics with deeper presentation of advanced techniques for those with some incoming programming experience.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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