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MET CS 201 Introduction to Programming

Prerequisites: None
Delivery: Boston – Charles River Campus
Program: BS CS, MS CS prerequisite, MS CIS prerequisite
Syllabus: CS201_A1_Spring 2015, CS201_B1_Spring 2015

Description: This is a first course of a three course sequence in C++ programming for the student with little or no programming experience. The course introduces students to problem-solving methods, algorithm development, and implementing program code in C++. Topics covered will include procedural and data abstractions, program design, debugging, testing, and documentation. The course will also include both built-in and programmer defined data types, control structures, library functions, programmer defined functions with parameter passing, arrays, structures, as well as an introduction to object oriented programming using classes. Laboratory exercise will be implemented using the C++ programming language. 4 credits.