PROG 100:  Computer Programming I

Course Description:

This course is part one of a two part course. It will teach the basic building blocks of computer science. As students develop their ability to code in Python they will also explore some of the other areas of computer science, like data and cyber security. Students will progress through beginning in computer science, number calculations and data, making decisions, repetition loops and graphics. It is a “hand‐on” class and much of the work is completed independently.

* Satisfies the Michigan Merit Curriculum required online experience for graduation.

* Counts toward Visual, Performing, or Applied Arts requirement

Length:  1 Semester
Credits:  1/2
Prerequisite(s): Good Work Ethic

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How to Think Like a Computer Scientist: Interactive Edition

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Harvard CS50 - Lesson 00

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