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ENGR 132 Programming for Engineers 3.0 Credits

An introduction to the fundamentals of programming and algorithmic problem solving with applications in engineering. Emphases include (a) producing clear, robust, and efficient code, and (b) conceptualizing and designing computational algorithms to solve engineering problems. Upon completion, students will possess the programming skills necessary to perform computational analysis in any engineering discipline. This course is designed for students with some high-school Computer Science or programming experience in any language.

College/Department: College of Engineering
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

Minor in Financial Technology

...FIN 301 , FIN 302 , FIN 321 , INFO 101 , ENGR 131 or ENGR 132 & PHYS 102 .

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