Basics of Computing and Programming

Course 3 of 3: MicroBachelors® Program in Computer Science Fundamentals 9 Weeks 6 - 8 Hours per week
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What you’ll learn

By the end of this course students should be able to:

  • understand binary number systems and conversion to other number systems
  • understand hexadecimal number systems and conversion to other number systems
  • apply numeric and string data types to represent information
  • apply variables in program development
  • analyze assignment and apply its components in program development
  • apply basic I/O operations with different data types
  • design expressions using arithmetic operations (including understanding their limitations, such as integer truncation, round-off error, division by zero, narrowing and widening conversions, casting, precedence, and standard math library functions)
  • design expressions using relational operators (including understanding floating point equality)
  • design expressions using logical operators (including short-circuit)
  • design selection statements (including nested selection)
  • design repetition statements (including count-controlled versus event-controlled, sentinel-controlled)
  • design simple data structures using lists (including using loops with lists and multi-dimensional lists

Meet Your Instructors

Itay Tal

Industry Assistant Professor at New York University Tandon School of Engineering Tel-Aviv University 2005 M.Sc., Computer Science Tel-Aviv University 1998 B.Sc., Computer Science and Mathematics

Aspen Olmsted

Adjunct Professor at New York University Tandon School of Engineering Aspen Olmsted is an adjunct faculty member in the New York University Tandon School of Engineering in the Computer Science and Engineering department. Aspen's fulltime job is as an assistant professor and Graduate program director at the College of Charleston. He obtained a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from The University of South Carolina. Before his academic career, he was CEO of Alliance Software Corporation. Alliance Software developed N-Tier enterprise applications for the performing arts and humanities market. Dr Olmsted’s research focus is on the development of algorithms and architectures for distributed enterprise solutions that can guarantee security and correctness while maintaining high-availability. In his Secure Data Engineering Lab, Aspen mentors over a dozen graduate and undergraduate students each year
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Duration

9 Weeks

Experience Level

Introductory

Learning Partner

New York University (NYUx)

Program Type

MicroBachelors®