CMSC 210.C91 Computers and Programming--Fall 2021 (CRN 40552)

Course code:21F-CMSC210
Dates:August 24 - December 13, 2021 Alternate Course Dates
Credit Hours:3.00
Instructor:Debra Duke


Introduction to object-oriented programming using Python. The course introduces students to structured programming logic and design techniques. The course content also includes instruction in critical thinking and problem-solving skills using contemporary tools. Specific topics include flowcharting, pseudocode and program control structures, including sequence, selection and repetition. This course is not applicable for credit toward the B.S. in Computer Science.


CRN 40552
In partnership with the Department of Computer Science in the College of Engineering, this course is open to current VCU students who are non-tech majors, as well as VCU and VCU Health employees and community members. Please visit the Fundamentals of Computing website for program information
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