Computer Science

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

248 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS     0.5 credit

Computer Applications is a business/technical course that provides instruction using the Microsoft Office software suite, which includes word processing, spreadsheet, and presentations.  Additional concepts studied will include digital citizenship and safety, web tools and internet research. If time permits, students will learn desktop publishing and database applications.

 

 

Lawrence Technological University (LTU) Courses – Dual Enrollment:

 

801  MCS1514 COMPUTER SCIENCE I      0.5 CREDIT

Prerequisite: Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above, minimum ACT score of 21, if taken.

Introduction to computer science. Simple, iterative, and conditional statements. Enumerated variable types, procedure and functions, single and multidimensional arrays, bubble sort, linear search, simple file input/output (sequential). This is a 1st semester course that meets M,W,F only from 7:00am-7:45am. This course is taught by a LTU professor on Brother Rice’s campus. Upon successful course completion students earn 4 LTU credit hours (in addition Brother Rice elective credit) and begin to generate a LTU transcript. This course is open to qualified sophomores, juniors and seniors.

NOTE: An approximate fee of $300.00 is charged for this class. This course is an elective and does not count toward the        Brother Rice graduation requirement for Computer Applications.

 

802  MCS2514 COMPUTER SCIENCE II      0.5 CREDIT

Prerequisite: successful completion of Computer Science I

Records, advanced file input/output (random access), dynamic memory allocation. Static and dynamic implementation of stacks, linked lists (ordered and unordered), queue (regular and priority), circular queues. Selection and insertion sort, binary search. This is a 2nd semester course that meets M,W,F only from 7:00am-7:45am. This course is taught by a LTU professor on Brother Rice’s campus. Upon successful course completion students earn 4 LTU credit hours (in addition Brother Rice elective credit) and continue to generate a LTU transcript. This course is open to qualified sophomores, juniors and seniors.

NOTE: An approximate fee of $300.00 is charged for this class. This course is an elective and does not count toward the        Brother Rice graduation requirement for Computer Applications.

 

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