Most semesters, I teach at least one section of ITSE 1302 – Computer Programming (Logic and Design). This course is designed to equip the student with the primary critical thinking and fundamental programming skills necessary to solve complex problems using programming logic. This course will serve as the foundation for understanding how to write computer programs. It is the first step to programming in specific structured programming languages such as Python, C#, Java, etc.
Starting this Fall (2016), we will begin using Lambert’s Fundamentals of Python First Programs textbook in my section(s).
Interested in the course or a current student? Here’s my most recent Syllabus for the course:
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