Overview: Programming is an essential skill for students with an interest in mathematics,
science, engineering, business, and of course Computer Science. This course introduces the
application of Computer Science concepts through the development of procedural and object-oriented
programs in the Python 3 language. In this course, you will develop the skills needed
to program computers to effectively solve real-world problems in business and science. Upon
successful completion of this course you will also have mastered the material needed for more
advanced courses in Computer Science.
We will cover the following topics in this course: number systems, built-in data types, variables,
arithmetic and logical expressions, conditionals and loops, lists, dictionaries, tuples, graphics,
input and output, functions and modules, and object oriented programming with custom data
types. A significant part of this course involves actually writing Python programs that
implement the above topics – in labs, for homework, and on exams.
Broder, Alan J. (2021, Spring), Syllabus, COMP 1300C Introduction to Computer Science, Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University.
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