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COMP 116. Introduction to Scientific Programming. 3 Credits.

An introduction to programming for computationally oriented scientists. Fundamental programming skills, typically using MATLAB or Python. Problem analysis and algorithm design with examples drawn from simple numerical and discrete problems. Students can receive credit for only one of COMP 110 and 116.
Requisites: Prerequisite, MATH 231 or 241; a grade of C or better is required.
Gen Ed: QR.
Grading status: Letter grade.

Department of Computer Science

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...one of the introductory courses, COMP 110 or COMP 116 . COMP 101 is intended for...

Department of Computer Science (GRAD)

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...Professor Emeritus Lecturer Emeritus COMP Advanced Undergraduate and...Database Systems Sean Washburn (116), Condensed Matter Physics...

Computer Science Major, B.A.

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...their general education requirements and COMP 110 or COMP 116 (if needed). Students without prior...

Computer Science Major, B.S.

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...381 ), COMP 401 , COMP 410 , COMP 411 ; MATH 231 , MATH 232 , MATH 233 , PHYS 116...