Course syllabus for CPSC 510 Foundations of Computers and Information
Course description: Provides an appreciation of computer technology (hardware and software) with emphasis on business application. Enables students to logically structure simple business problems, represent them as flow charts, and/or decision trees. Includes discussion of elementary concepts of systems analysis, data structures, and business application packages on microcomputers. Introduces students to various business oriented computer languages, with a detailed study of BASIC. Students solve a number of business problems on a computer. This course does not apply as a graduate level course toward the MBA degree.
Fricker, Donald, "CPSC 510 Foundations of Computers and Information" (1985). Computer Science Syllabi. 26.