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.
    SectionSessionTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
    31825D001Lecture-Lab3:30-4:50pmTue, Thu53 of 57Nathan GreenfieldGFS101session dates
    31826D001Lecture-Lab3:30-4:50pmMon, Wed63 of 70Barrett KosterTHH210PDF (816039 KB)session dates
    31828D001Lecture-Lab12:30-1:50pmTue, Thu55 of 62Robert ParkeKAP160PDF (282730 KB)session dates
    31856D001Lecture-Lab5:00-7:20pmTuesday49 of 53Jessica KoeVKC150session dates
    31857D001Lecture-Lab5:00-7:20pmWednesday50 of 57Gregory PohlnerVKC156session dates
    31865D001Lecture-Lab11:00-12:20pmTue, Thu53 of 57Nathan GreenfieldGFS101session dates
    31868D001Lecture-Lab12:30-1:50pmTue, Thu27 of 33Jeffrey MillerKAP107session dates
    31870D001Lecture-Lab9:30-10:50amTue, Thu22 of 33Jeffrey MillerKAP107session dates
    32023D001Lecture-Lab11:00-12:20pmTue, Thu54 of 61Robert ParkeKAP160PDF (282730 KB)session dates
    32089D001Lecture-Lab10:00-11:20amMon, Wed57 of 61Jeffrey MillerKAP160PDF (154212 KB)session dates
    32099D001Lecture-Lab11:00-12:20pmTue, Thu28 of 33Jeffrey MillerKAP107PDF (816039 KB)session dates
    Information accurate as of March 9, 2020 7:44 am.
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