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LaGuardia Community CollegeMEC Dept
Room : E235G
P : (718)-482-5716
E : firstname.lastname@example.org
3 credits; 4 hours (3 lecture, 1 lab)
This course introduces the student to the analysis and design of
computer-based systems with consideration given to organizational
structures, form design, file design, data structures, scheduling,
operations research techniques, and hardware and software
organization. Actual and simulated case studies will be utilized.
The student will develop and program a prototype and document
a comprehensive systems study.
Prerequisite: ENC/ENG101, MAC109 or MAC195 or MAC196
3 credits, 5 hours (3 lecture, 2 lab),
This course introduces students to the structure and operation of a computer, concepts and properties of an algorithm and a programming language, and the principles and practice of programming in the C/C++ programming language. The topics of study include data types, control structures, functions,recursion, arrays, parameter passing, pointers, strings, structures, classes, overloading, and file processing.