The courses below were offered in Summer 2013 and can serve as a guide to what is typically offered.
Introduction to Computing
CAS CS 101
The computer is presented as a tool that can assist in solving a broad spectrum of problems. This course provides a general introduction designed to dispel the mystery surrounding computers and introduces the fundamental ideas of programs and algorithms. (Does not count for CS major or minor credit.) Carries MCS divisional credit in CAS. 4 cr.
Introduction to Computer Science I
CAS CS 111
The first course for computer science, mathematics, and physical science concentrators, and others wishing a more technical approach than CAS CS 101 through CS 108. Develops basic skills in computer programming using the Java programming language. (Counts as a CS Background Course for the CS major and minor.) Carries MCS divisional credit in CAS. 4 cr.
Introduction to Computer Science II
CAS CS 112
Prereq: (CAS CS 111) or equivalent. Covers advanced programming techniques and data structures. Topics include recursion, algorithm analysis, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, graphs, tables, searching, and sorting. (Counts as a CS Background Course for the CS major and minor.) Carries MCS divisional credit in CAS. 4 cr.
Programming with Java
MET CS 232
Prereq: (MET CS 201) or instructor's consent. Covers the elements of object-oriented programming and the Java Programming Language. Primitive data types, control structures, methods, classes, arrays and strings, inheritance and polymorphism, interfaces, creating user interfaces, applets, exceptions and streams. 4 cr.