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
    31802D001Lecture-Lab6:00-8:50pmTuesday32 of 38Jessica KoeKAP163session dates
    31836D001Lecture-Lab12:30-1:50pmTue, Thu50 of 60Robert ParkeKAP160session dates
    31850D001Lecture-Lab6:00-8:50pmWednesday39 of 47Gregory PohlnerKAP144PDF (237014 KB)session dates
    31870D001Lecture-Lab3:30-4:50pmMon, Wed26 of 35Mehdi GhayoumiVKC261session dates
    31876D001Lecture-Lab2:00-3:20pmMon, Wed51 of 60Kendra WaltherKDC235PDF (1054158 MB)session dates
    31881D001Lecture-Lab10:00-11:20amMon, Wed57 of 60Trina GregoryKAP160PDF (237014 KB)session dates
    31882D001Lecture-Lab11:30-12:50pmMon, Wed51 of 60Trina GregoryKAP160PDF (237014 KB)session dates
    31883D001Lecture-Lab6:00-8:50pmThursday43 of 58Matthew WhitingGFS101session dates
    31884D001Lecture-Lab6:00-8:50pmMonday45 of 58Gregory PohlnerGFS101PDF (237014 KB)session dates
    32024D001Lecture-Lab11:00-12:20pmTue, Thu55 of 60Robert ParkeKAP160PDF (1054158 MB)session dates
    32087D001Lecture-Lab2:00-3:20pmTue, Thu50 of 60Reza JafarkhaniKAP160PDF (237014 KB)session dates
    32096D001Lecture-Lab12:30-1:50pmTue, Thu49 of 60Nayeon KimTHH210PDF (237014 KB)session dates
    Information accurate as of August 5, 2020 2:07 pm.
    All Summer 2020 courses will be taught remotely. Faculty will contact students to provide information to login to classes.