ITS 128: Prob Solving & Prog Process
Important Registration and Withdrawal Deadline Information
|03-SEP-2019||Last day to register|
|03-SEP-2019||Last day to receive 100% tuition refund|
|17-SEP-2019||Last day to receive 50% tuition refund|
|17-SEP-2019||Last day to drop (No "W" on transcript)|
|04-NOV-2019||Last day to withdraw from class ("W" on transcript)|
Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 or ESOL 94 or higher-level English course; qualification for MATH 82 or higher-level mathematics course.
Recommended Preparation: Keyboarding experience; credit for ICS 101. Students are required to use Microsoft Office and have a basic familiarity with the Internet. Students need to be able to access course related technologies outside their classroom, including the integrated development environment: Microsoft Visual Studio. Students enrolled in ITS 128 will be able to obtain this software at no additional cost through the Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA).
Comment: ITS 128 was formerly known as ITS 103 – Introduction to the Programming Process. Information Technology majors must take ITS 128 for a letter grade only.
This course contributes to the Certificate of Competence in Programming.
This ITS 128 class section (CRN 31447) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet.
For more information or other inquiries please contact the program coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|Course Title:||Prob Solving & Prog Process|
|Instructional Method:||Distance – Completely Online|
|Grading Options:||Standard Letter A-F, Credit/No Credit, or Audit|