Introduction to computers in data processing, survey of various hardware and software concepts, and analysis and solution of problems by computer programming. Lecture/laboratory, project-oriented course to provide numerous opportunities to analyze problems, formulate alternative solutions, implement solutions, and assess their effectiveness. No prior knowledge of computer concepts or programming assumed. This course is not open to CSE students without permission of instructor.
ACT Mathematics score of 19 or higher, or SAT Mathematics score of 510 or higher
CSE 163 is a Miami Plan Foundation (MPF) - Group V course.
CSE 163 is a first-tier course in the CSE4 "Web and Game Applications" thematic sequence.
Given the prevalence of computing devices, it is important that we understand what computers do and how they do it. The web game applications thematic sequence is designed to provide students with an understanding of how computer software is created and designed and how it functions to make possible popular applications such as computer games and the World Wide Web. Courses in the sequence provide an introduction to fundamental programming concepts. These concepts are applied to create computer games and web applications.
The CSE4 thematic sequence consists of one of the following introductory computer programming courses...
Followed by both of the following courses...
CSE 163 is a course in which you learn computer programming concepts that are fundamental in nearly any computer programming language. These concepts can then be used in other courses to help you create computer applications that can be used to solve real-world problems.
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