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Credits: 3

Description

This is a beginning programming course that provides the student with complete coverage of programming topics, with emphasis on the Python programming language. Students will learn basic programming concepts such as structure, decision-making, looping, good style, and logical thinking. Objects and object-oriented programming concepts are introduced very early in the text. The second half of the semester covers data structure topics, including stacks, queues, lists, trees, sets, and graphs.


Goals and Objectives

By the end of the course students will be able to program simple scripts in python using a variety of data types utilizing the builtin graphics ability of the interpreter.


Prerequisites
  • AIT107   Computer Applications
  • AIT235   Telecommunications II / Signal Transmission for Telecommunications


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