College of Arts and Sciences
161 Introduction to Computer Information Systems, 3 credit hours
Computer and data-processing concepts, devices, and computer languages. Considerable emphasis on programming. A student may not receive credit for CIS 161 and MIS 161. Prerequisite: MATH 131 or equivalent.
210 Introduction to FORTRAN Programming, 3 credit hours
Introduction to techniques of FORTRAN programming, including program development using structured programming and applications. Includes basic I/O, process and control structures, data types, storage of data, arrays and subscripts, formatted I/O, nested structures, subprograms, and character and string data. CIS 161 is recommended but not required.
222 Algorithm Development, 3 credit hours
Same as MATH 222.
264 Introduction to COBOL Programming, 3 credit hours
Basic COBOL syntax used in coding elementary business-oriented problems, COBOL program structure, Data Division elements, arithmetic verbs, program design, and problem analysis using structured programming. Introduction to sequential file processing, data representation and related topics, and table-handling techniques. CIS 161 is recommended but not required.
275 Programming with C++, 3 credit hours
Software development with an object-oriented program. Covers variables, member functions, stream I/O, file I/O, decisions, repetition, arrays, strings, pointers, inheritance, overloading. Prerequisite: CIS 210 or 222 or 264, or consent of instructor.
310 Data Structures, 3 credit hours
Methods of storing data, including stacks, queues, linked lists, dynamic allocation, binary trees, recursion, sorting, searching, and file structures. Prerequisite: CIS/MATH 222 or consent of instructor.
330 Introduction to Numerical Analysis, 3 credit hours
Same as MATH 330.