CS 120 Computer Science I 4 cr. (4-0-0)
- Offered: Fall, Winter
- Applies toward the quantitative reasoning and analysis (quar) general education requirement.
- Prerequisite: "B-" or better in MA 100; or "B-" or better in CS 101; or "B-" or better in CIS 110; or a mathematics placement recommendation of CS 120 or higher, or instructor permission.
This intensive, fast-paced course is the first programming course for computer science and mobile and web application development majors. Topics include methods and parameters, conditionals, loops, arrays, graphical user interfaces and object-oriented program design.
Note: This course is recommended for students with a strong desire to learn programming but lack experience. Students without interest in computer programming should consider CS 101 instead.