IAM Course Information

C++ Programming I 36-2550

The course introduces the student to programming using the C++ language. Students learn basic programming of graphic and business applications in C++. Instruction emphasizes good programming practice, programming structure, and object-oriented programming.

Prereqs: 36-1501, Intro to Programming: Theory and Concepts*,or,35-2550 Intro to Prog: Theory & Practice

Coordinator : Janell Baxter jbaxter@colum.edu
Students will be able to...
  • develop C++ programs using Microsoft Visual Studio IDE (Integrated Development Environment).  
  • write appropriate C++ commands and constructs to convert problem statements into computer code.  
  • define best practices in object-oriented programming.  
  • describe foundational object-oriented programming concepts such as inheritance and encapsulation.  
  • recognize the differences between procedural and event-driven programming.  





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