CSE121: Introduction to Computer Programming I

Catalog Description: Introduction to computer programming for students without previous programming experience. Students write programs to express algorithmic thinking and solve computational problems motivated by modern societal and scientific needs. Includes procedural programming constructs (methods), control structures (loops, conditionals), and standard data types, including arrays. Cannot be taken for credit if credit received for CSE 142. Recommended: completion of Paul G. Allen School's Guided Self-Placement.

Prerequisities: (none listed)
Credits: 4.0

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