Students explore hardware, software and processes. This includes an introduction to the algorithm as a problem-solving tool, to programming languages in general and to the role of programming as a tool for implementing algorithms.
Access to an appropriate computer work station, the Internet, a programming language/environment and associated support materials. It is recommended that the course be taught in tandem with one or more programming courses.
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We would appreciate if you used these courses under ADLC, as it helps fund our program. You are under no obligation to, however.
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