Computer Theory, Introduction

CIT 135
Description: This course gives the student an introduction to the broad discipline of computer science and software engineering. It covers topics essential to creating a foundation of knowledge before moving on to more advanced courses. Topics include an introduction to computer architecture, introduction to programming logic and program design using C++, IEEE floating point representation, integer representation, two's complement, and object-oriented principles. Students must have an understanding of algebraic problem solving.

Prerequisite: None
Credits: 3

Currently Offered

Course # Days Time Dates Instructor Seats  
Fall
CIT 135-01 MTH 11-12:15PM 08/25/14 - 12/12/14 Pettitt 8 Register
CIT 135-02 TTH 3:30-4:45PM 08/25/14 - 12/12/14 Pettitt 4 Register
CIT 135-51 M 5:30-8:15PM 08/25/14 - 12/12/14 Pappadopoulos 11 Register
Spring
CIT 135-01 MW 2-3:15PM, 11-12:15PM 01/06/14 - 04/25/14 Canovatchel 1 Register
CIT 135-02 TTH 3:30-4:45PM 01/06/14 - 04/25/14 Pettitt 1 Register
CIT 135-51 T 5:30-8:15PM 01/06/14 - 04/25/14 Pappadopoulos 14 Register
CIT 135-52 TH 5:30-8:15PM 01/06/14 - 04/25/14 Pappadopoulos 12 Register