This course is no longer being offered.
This course is being transitioned from on-campus to online. It may involve attending virtual class meetings via Zoom or some other meeting tool at various points throughout the session. Your instructor will arrange those meeting times once the course has begun; otherwise, the course will be conducted wholly online.
The duration, course credit, and fees associated with the course are the same as they would have been for on-campus Summer Session courses, which are the equivalent of full-semester Brown University courses, though offered in a condensed, seven-week format.
To ensure you are prepared, take the online readiness survey here: https://brown.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3b13DyXi5ViL14h
An introduction to computer programming with a focus on skills needed for data-intensive applications. Topics include core constructs for processing both tabular and structured data; decomposing problems into programming tasks; data structures; algorithms; and testing programs for correct behavior.
This course is not intended for CS concentrators. In particular, it does not substitute for CSCI 0150, 0170, or 0190.
Prerequisites: The course assumes no prior programming background. Comfort with high-school algebra is recommended.
The University’s seven-week Summer Session, offering credit-bearing courses drawn from across the Brown curriculum and open to rising and graduated high school seniors.
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