Logic and Programming I (PROG 1700)
This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of logic and computer programming, and the roles they play in creating software solutions for any problem. Logic is used to break down software instructions into manageable tasks, to allow for comprehensive problem-solving using computer code. Programming is the act of creating the detailed instructions used by computers to perform any specified task or required behaviour. This course covers the process of creating logical designs and implementing them as programmatic code to build computer software programs.
Pre-requisite: High School Graduation Diploma or equivalent.
Please Note: this credit course may be part of a credential program offered by NSCC. While a course may not have an admission requirement, all NSCC programs have admission requirements. For more information on programs and admissions, please visit Admission Requirements.
Costs and Fees
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The course cost is located within the Schedule section below.
Class # 1360
Jan 06 - Apr 22, 2021
- Access to a computer with the Microsoft Windows-based Operating System is required
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