Course DescriptionThe course covers the basic data representation and processing constructs necessary to problem solving using computers. This includes the development of algorithmic solutions to data processing problem through the use of workflow concepts such as sequence, selection, and iteration. In addition, the course address select fundamental problem solving strategies such as the decomposition of data processing problems into multiple tasks whose functions are coordinated within a specified workflow. Computer simulation and/or implementation tools will be used to provide hands on application of covered concepts using business problem solving examples.
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Standard course outlines for Information Technology Management (CITM) courses are available on the ITM website.
Section BA0: This section(s) of the course includes required on-campus (classroom) components. Please review the scheduling details carefully.
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