ICT 3300 - Programming and Data Structures
This course provides a first exposure to algorithms and fundamental data structures. Working “hands-on” with an integrated development environment, students learn to write and modify code in a widely used contemporary programming language, and discover how their acquired programming skills contribute to the plans, designs, implementations, tests, and maintenance of software solutions. Emphasis is placed on language syntax and structure, data types, arrays, Boolean logic, and functions. The course progresses to topics such as indirection, list and tree structures, object-oriented programming, application programming interfaces, and simple user interfaces.
Note that 3000-level courses at University College cannot be used to satisfy graduate-level certificate or degree requirements.
NOTE: This course is not offered this term. Please refer to the annual schedule for Bachelor's Completion Program to see the next time this course is offered.