15-104 Introduction to Computing for Creative Practice
15-104 - COURSE PROFILE
Course Level: Undergraduate
Frequency Offered: Generally offered every fall - confirm course offerings for upcoming semesters by accessing the university Schedule of Classes.
Course Relevance (who should take this course?): IDeATe minor and concentration students, non-science and engineering majors who want to learn programming skills and concepts.
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Basic computer skills such as typing and editing text, saving information in files, using a web browser and email.
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|Special Permission Required: No|
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Typically no recorded lectures
|Notes: 15-104 satisfies the software skills portal requirement for IDeATe minors and concentrations. Students will develop an understanding of the contexts, tools, and idioms of software programming in the arts.|
|Updated: May 2017||Back to Course Profile List|