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CS 105   Intro Computing: Non-Tech   credit: 3 Hours.

Computing as an essential tool of academic and professional activities. Functions and interrelationships of computer system components: hardware, systems and applications software, and networks. Widely used application packages such as spreadsheets and databases. Concepts and practice of programming for the solution of simple problems in different application areas. Intended for non-science and non-engineering majors. Prerequisite: MATH 112.
This course satisfies the General Education Criteria for:
Quantitative Reasoning I

Engineering, College of

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...105 Composition RHET 105 4 Other Foundational Courses GE 101, ME 170 , ECE 110 , CS...

Media, College of

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...and ANTH 103 . Journalism majors must take CS 105, ECON 102, ECON 103, PSYC 100...

Minor in Informatics

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...disciplines. The core courses are INFO 102 , CS 105 , and INFO 202 . INFO 102 is...

Computer Science

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...which must be advanced CS courses. Three courses...in calculus. 3 RHET 105 should be taken...

Music Education

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...by students in the Technology concentration selecting CS 105 as a Technique course or elective...