"Introduction to Problem Solving with Computers" using Java
Department of Computer Science
University of Massachusetts Amherst
CMPSCI 121 provides an introduction in problem solving and computer programming using the programming language Java. It teaches how real-world problems can be solved computationally using the programming constructs and data abstractions of a modern programming language. Concepts and techniques covered include data types, expressions, objects, methods, top-down program design, program testing and debugging, state representation, interactive programs, data abstraction, conditionals, iteration, interfaces, inheritance, lists and arrays. No previous programming experience required.
Our regular Tuesday and Thursday lectures are 11:15am-12:30pm in Hasbrouck Lab Addition room 20.
Available online on OWL.
Robert Moll, Department of Computer Science, University of Massachusetts Amherst