Marianne Morris, MSc

Science Instructor, Faculty of Science - Computing Science


Science Instructor, Faculty of Science - Computing Science


CMPUT 101 - Introduction to Computing

An introduction to fundamental concepts in computation, including state, abstraction, generalization, and representation. Introduction to algorithms, logic, number systems, circuits, and other topics in elementary computing science. This course cannot be taken for credit if credit has been obtained in CMPUT 114, 174 or SCI 100. See Note (1) above.

Fall Term 2020 Winter Term 2021
CMPUT 175 - Introduction to the Foundations of Computation II

A continuation of CMPUT 174, revisiting topics of greater depth and complexity. More sophisticated notions such as objects, functional programming, time and memory consumption, and user interface building are explored. Upon completion of this two course sequence, students from any discipline should be able to build programs to solve basic problems in their area, and will be prepared to take more advanced Computing Science courses. Prerequisite: CMPUT 174 or SCI 100. Credit cannot be obtained for CMPUT 175 if credit has been obtained for CMPUT 275, except with permission of the Department.

Winter Term 2021

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