An introduction to programming and problem solving. Topics include data types, variables, assignment, control structures (selection and iteration), arrays, and methods. This course was design to allow a successful student the comprehension required in procedural programming to enter a Master of Science in Computer and Information Sciences.
My five course sequence is designed to prepare an adult learner for entry into the College fo Charleston MS in CSIS:
Quiz to take after watching lecture 1 and reading chapter 1
Aspen Olmsted is an Assistant Professor and the Graduate program
director at the College of Charleston. Aspen earned a Ph.D. in
Computer Science and Engineering from The University of South
Carolina. Before his academic career, he was CEO of Alliance Software
Corporation. Alliance Software developed N-Tier enterprise
applications for the performing arts and humanities market. Aspen’s
research focus is on the development of algorithms and architectures
for distributed enterprise solutions that can guarantee security and
correctness while maintaining high-availability. In his Secure Data
Engineering Lab at the College of Charleston, Aspen mentors over a
dozen graduate and undergraduate students each year.