Information Technology Program 115:

Programming in Python (2.0 units)

Pythons high level data structures and clear syntax make it an ideal first language with powerful applications to science, business, finance, math, and the web.
    31816D001Lecture-Lab12:00-1:50pmMon, Wed42 of 49Michael CrowleySGM601session dates
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