CS 310 - Problem Solving using Computers

General Course Information

This 3-credit course is offered in the Fall and in the Spring.

Gives engineering students an introduction to computer and analytical skills to use in their subsequent course work and professional development. Discusses several methods of using computers to solve problems, including elementary Fortran and C programming techniques, the use of spreadsheets, symbolic manipulation languages, and software packages. Techniques will be illustrated using sample problems drawn from elementary engineering. Emphasis on introduction of algorithms with the use of specific tools to illustrate the methods. Prereq: Math 222 and an elementary knowledge of Fortran or C or Pascal.

CS 310 Pages of the Various Instructors

Last modified: 19 jun 1997