ITW 1330 - Programming for Information Technology


Introduction to basic concepts and techniques of a contemporary programming language. Topics include language syntax, variables, decision structures, loop structures, functions, and IDE. Development of modular programs for event-driven applications.


Credit Hours

Information Technology


  • A minimum grade of "C" and prior or concurrent enrollment in MATH 1111.

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