CSC-111: Introduction to Information Technology (formerly CS-19)

GER: MR (Mathematical and Formal Reasoning)

Application of algorithmic problem solving techniques based on the fundamental principles and issues of information technology. Topics include: the design and analysis of algorithms for databases, Web and media technologies, project management, systems analysis, information security, and networking as well as the social context of IT.



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