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COMPUTER SCIENCE COURSE CONTENT DESCRIPTIONS
 
CS 001 -- "Computer Literacy," a course with no prerequisites, is intended for both majors and non-majors. This course frequently involves training in spreadsheets, data bases, word-processing, ethics, vocabulary, Internet skills.
 
CS 002 -- A course in programming, taught in the Pascal language. This course would include basic control structures, files, input/output, and would conclude with a study of arrays.
 
CS 003 -- A course in programming, taught in the C language. This course would include basic control structures, files, input/output, and would conclude with a study of arrays.
 
CS 004 -- A course taught in programming, taught in an Object-Oriented language. This course would include basic control structures, files, input/output, and would conclude with a study of arrays.
 
CS 005 -- A course in programming, taught in the Pascal language. This course would include basic control structures, files, input/output, dynamic memory allocation, including an introduction to linked lists, stacks, queues, and binary.
 
CS 006 -- A course in programming, taught in the C language. This course would include basic control structures, files, input/output, dynamic memory allocation, including an introduction to linked lists, stacks, queues, and binary trees.
 
CS 007 -- A course in programming, taught in an Object-Oriented language. This course would include basic control structures, files, input/output, dynamic memory allocation, including an introduction to linked lists, stacks, queues, and binary trees.
 
CS 008 -- A first course in FORTRAN programming.
 
CS 009 -- A first course in COBOL programming.
 
CS 010 -- A first course in the BASIC language. (Note: This is not Visual BASIC.)
 
CS 011 -- A first course taught in Visual BASIC.