CS1210: C++ Programming

Information

Credit Hours: 2.0
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring
Core Course

Description

This course will introduce students to computer programming using the C++ programming language. The course will introduce software engineering principles, structured programming design and implementation, and object-oriented design. Students will become familiar with compiling programs on both the Unix and Windows operating systems.

Prerequisites

  • None

Professors

Outcomes

The student will be able to:

  1. Identify and explain basic computer programming concepts and terms.

  2. Recognize and summarize those C++ syntax and language rules which are not specifically related to classes.

  3. Express solutions to computable problems as abstract descriptions of a process (i.e., algorithm) acting on information.

  4. Translate abstract descriptions of algorithms into efficient and readable C++ programs.

  5. Use common linux shell commands and program development tools for creating and executing C++ programs.

  6. Read simple, pre-written C++ programs to determine their function, and develop tests to evaluate these same programs for correctness.

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