CSE 002: Fundamentals of Programming

Software is transforming the world, and programming is becoming an essential part of many emerging careers. 70 percent of all new jobs across all STEM fields will be in computer science. Some of these careers involve full time programming, but many more require a facility with software systems or part time programming. This class is an introduction to programming designed especially for people who use computers, but have no programming experience. Using the Java programming language, we introduce students to the basics of software development, software problem solving, and, crucially, to the process of debugging.

CSE 002: Fundamentals of Programming

Spring 2015
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 11:10am to 12:00pm
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CSE 002: Fundamentals of Programming - Fall 2014

Fall 2014
Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:10 to 12pm, and Fridays at two different times - Section 110, Friday from 9:10am to 10am, and Section 111, Friday from 10:10am to 11am
Packard Lab 466 (M, W), and Packard Lab 122, 112, and 216 (F)

CSE 002: Fundamentals of Programming - Spring 2014

Spring 2014
Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:10 to 12pm, and Fridays at two different times - Section 110, Friday from 10:10am to 11am, and Section 111, Friday from 11:10am to 12pm
Packard Lab 466 (M, W), and Packard Lab 122, 112, and 216 (F)

CSE 002: Fundamentals of Programming - Fall 2013

Fall 2013
Mondays and Wednesdays, 10:10 to 11am, and Fridays at two different times - Section 110, Friday from 9:10am to 10am, and Section 111, Friday from 11:10am to 12pm
Packard Lab 101 (M, W), and Packard Lab 122, 112, and 216 (F)

CSE 002: Fundamentals of Programming - Spring 2013

Spring 2013
Mondays and Wednesdays, 11:10 to 12pm, and Fridays at two different times - Section 110, Friday from 10:10am to 11am, and Section 111, Friday from 11:10am to 12pm
Neville Hall 002 (M, W), and Packard Lab 122 and 112 (F)

CSE 002: Fundamentals of Programming - Fall 2012

Fall 2012
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 10:10 to 11am
Neville Hall 003 (M, W), and Packard Lab 122 and 112 (F)
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