COSC 1309 - Logic Design
(3:3:0) This course provides a disciplined approach to problem solving with structured techniques and representation of algorithms. The purpose of this course is to provide the computer background needed by computer schiece, mathematics, and engineering majors. Time will be spent on the basics of how a digital computer works, how information is stored and processed, and the binary and hexadecimal number systems. Projects will be assigned using application programs pertinent to these particular fields. In addition, programming concepts and constructs will be presented using a programming language such as ALICE. Attention will be given to logic design and programming fundamentals including conditional structures, loops and arrays. Semester Hours: 3 Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0 Pre-requisite: MATH 1314 ( or higher) or two units of high school algebra. Note: This course is a prerequisite to all other computer science and engineering courses.
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