This is a first course in computer programming for business majors. Students are exposed to algorithms and programming techniques, with a focus on business-oriented problems. After successfully completing this course, students should be able to translate a basic problem into a well-designed computer program. The programming language used in the course is Java. Prerequisite: BMIS 2701 and MATH 1303 or permission of instructor. Not offered 2007-2008.
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