CSE160: Data Programming

Catalog Description: Introduction to computer programming. Assignments solve real data manipulation tasks from science, engineering, business, and the humanities. Concepts of computational thinking, problem-solving, data analysis, Python programming, control and data abstraction, file processing, and data visualization. Intended for students without prior programming experience. Cannot be taken for credit if credit received for either CSE 123 or CSE 143.

Prerequisities: (none listed)
Credits: 4.0
Note: This course was formerly offered as CSE140
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