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PSCS 2102 : Fundamentals of Information Technology and Computing
Mon, 23 May 2016 18:36:23 GMT
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Cybersecurity Strategy and Information Management (PSCS)
College of Professional Studies
Prof Studies-Cybersecurity (PSCS)
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Fundamentals of Information Technology and Computing
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Fundmtls Info Tech & Computing
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PSIS 2105 - Foundations in Information Technology and Computation I
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Basic concepts of programming including elementary data types (numeric types, strings, lists, and files), control flow, functions, objects, loops, and methods will be covered. Designing, maintaining, and implementing programs in a modern programming language.
- Work comfortably in the Python environment using command line, shells and IDLE - Write, debug and use Python programs to solve real-world problems - Think methodologically about programming, and how to break down complex problems into simple ones - Use programming tools to protect computer networks and use a security mindset to implement security requirements of a software system
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Wed, 25 Feb 2015 17:28:46 GMT
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