COMP 131 Fundamentals of Computer Science

Computer Science is about the organization of information and the design of processes that use it. This course teaches students to think computationally - how to break down processes into components that can then be fully described - and to acquire other habits necessary for a computer scientist. Students should come out of the course able to write simple, but complete, programs of their choosing, and should also be able to diagnose problems in unfamiliar programs.

Credits

4 units

Corequisite

COMP 131L

Core Requirements Met

  • Laboratory Science