Course Days Times Location
CIS 1.5T Th 3.30pm - 5.10pm 4428 Ingersoll


Problem Solving with C++ by Jacqueline A. Jones and Keith Harrow, Pearson Custom Publishing (2007)
This will be available at the college bookstore.


This course is an introduction to computer programming

We will cover input and output, control structures, functions, arrays and strings, sorting and searching, and simple classes.

The course is one of a number of "flavored" offerings of this material, with the flavor being provided by the context (meaning the kind of examples and homework exercises). This particular section will have a flavor of biomedical and biologically-inspired computing. Thus our context will include topics like genome sequence analysis, electronic patient records and artificial life.

You can find more detail on what we will cover on the syllabus page.

Finally, here are some hints for how to succeed in CIS 1.5.