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ADIT 1350 Introduction to Programming (Fall: 4 )


Course Description

This course teaches students the fundamental concepts of programming (coding). First we will define what a programming language is and then we will learn it's grammar and syntax. We will learn about variables, conditionals, and iteration. We will also learn about arrays, functions, and objects. We will use the industry-standard JavaScript programming language to put into practice all of these concepts. Designed specifically for individuals who have little-to-no programming experience, this course teaches participants in a project based environment how to code JavaScript, the language of the web. During this course students will: 1) Learn how to think of problems logically and computationally, 2) Use programming tools to express themselves creatively as they learn the fundamentals of coding, 3) and Create real-world applications. No auditors.


Schedule: Biennially

Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: Comfortable using Microsoft Windows or Apple Macintosh computers (including downloading and installing software), Web browsers, and email.

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Comments: An immersive education course.


Last Updated: 21-Nov-17