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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

765-151 USING COMPUTERS - 1 cr

For those students who have had little or no prior experience with computers, this course is designed to provide a preliminary introduction to computer usage. Topics include word processing and simple programming commands using QuickBASIC. Other topics may include exposure to the use of a data base, a spreadsheet, or graphics. For credit, this course must be taken prior to other computer or data processing courses. Does not count toward a computer science minor.
Prereq: 760-140 or 760-141 or concurrent registration or waiver from the University Mathematics Proficiency Requirement. Unreq: This course cannot be taken for credit after completing any computer science course numbered 160 or higher.

765-161 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS - GM - 3 cr

Introduction to Computers is designed for students with no previous computer experience. It includes practical experience designed to make it easy to use computers as tools in other courses. Word processing; spreadsheets; data storage and retrieval; data communications; computer graphics and applications; uses of computers; computer concepts and terminology; problems arising from the use of computers.
Prereq: 760-140 or 760-141 or concurrent registration or waiver from the University Mathematics Proficiency Requirement.
Unreq: 765-162

765-162 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS - GM - 3 cr

Computer Applications is designed for students with some previous computer experience. It covers topics similar to those in 765-161 but goes into more detail, including the writing of macros and batch files.
Prereq: 760-140 or 760-141 or concurrent registration or waiver from the University Mathematics Proficiency Requirement.
Unreq: 765-161.

765-171 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING - GM - 3 cr

An introduction to computer programming and its applications to science, business and education. Opportunity for extensive experience in designing and writing structured PASCAL programs.
Prereq: 760-152 or 760-143 or 760-253 or con reg in 760-253 or cons instr.

765-271 ASSEMBLY PROGRAMMING - 3 cr

A study of assembly language basic instructions, number systems, information move, integer arithmetic, subroutine linkage, memory allocation, bit manipulation, floating point arithmetic, macro definition and conditional assembly, the program status word, interrupt and I/O structure.
Prereq: 765-171 or cons instr.

765-302/502 COMPUTER LOGIC AND MICROPROCESSORS - 3 cr

Structure of microprocessors and microprocessor systems, programming in machine language, computer logic and logic circuits, interfacing.
Prereq: 765-171.

765-307/507 MICRO COMPUTER APPLICATIONS - 3 cr

This course will treat a variety of applications of micro computers, as well as their architecture, design and social impact.
Prereq: 765-171 or cons instr.

760-365/565 LINEAR PROGRAMMING - 3 cr

(See Mathematics)

765-372/572 INTERMEDIATE PROGRAMMING - 3 cr

Sequel to 765-171. Advanced programming language features, techniques, and data structures, learned through the implementation of larger programs; an introduction to algorithm analysis, program verification, recursion and data abstraction.
Prereq: 765-171. Unreq: 950-231.

765-412/612 COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND SYSTEM PROGRAMMING - 3 cr

A study of general computer system organization and architecture. Comparison of CPU and memory structure, instruction formats, addressing, flow of control and operating systems on different types of computer. Assembly language is used extensively to write system programs.
Prereq: 765-271 or cons instr.

760-441/641 PROBABILITY THEORY - 4 cr

(See Mathematics)

760-442/642 MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS - 4 cr

(See Mathematics)

760-471/671 NUMERICAL ANALYSIS I - 3 cr

(See Mathematics)

765-490/690 WORKSHOP - 1-3 cr

Repeatable.
Prereq: Consent of instructor.

765-494 SEMINAR - 2 cr

Repeatable.
Prereq: Consent of instructor.

765-496/696 SPECIAL STUDIES - 1-3 cr

Repeatable.
Prereq: Consent of instructor.

765-498 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN COMPUTER SCIENCE - 1-3 cr

Repeatable.
Prereq: Consent of instructor.


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