CSB2150: Programming Logic: Python_BUILD

05/01/2024 to 05/30/2025 • Modified 04/23/2024

Course Description

This semester-long course will introduce the student to the basic concepts of programming in Python. The student will learn and apply key programming concepts such as using variables, functions, loops, conditional statements, object-oriented programming, and graphical user interfaces, all in the Python programming language. Throughout the course, the student will demonstrate mastery by completing practical programming exercises. Upon completing this course, students will be prepared for further programming in Python or can apply their understanding of Python to develop skills with other programming languages.

Prerequisite

Junior Standing

Schedule

Module 1: Introduction to Python Programming

Module 2: Software Development, Data Types, and Expressions

Module 3: Loops and Selection Statements

Module 4: Strings and Text Files

Module 5: Lists and Dictionaries

Module 6: Design with Functions

Module 7: Simple Graphics and Image Processing

Module 8: Graphical User Interfaces

Module 9: Design with Classes

Module 10: Multithreading, Networks, and Client/Server Programming

Module 11: Searching, Sorting, and Complexity Analysis

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