Introduction to Computer Science
Prof. Taewhan Kim
Mon, Wed, Thu 9:00-12:00
301-203 (Theory), 301-207 (Practice)
Enroll this course in SNU International Summer Institute 2018!
|1: 6/27(W)||Overview & Introduction
|2: 6/28(T)||JAVA Inputs/Outputs|
|3: 7/2(M)||JAVA variables, simple programming|
|4: 7/4(W)||JAVA conditionals, practice
|5: 7/5(T)||Problem solving and JAVA loops, practice|
|6: 7/9(M)||JAVA programming practice|
|7: 7/11(W)||Mid-term Exam
|8: 7/12(T)||Problem solving and JAVA arrays|
|9: 7/16(M)||JAVA class basics|
|10: 7/18(W)||JAVA methods, class instances
|11: 7/19(T)||JAVA functions, parameter passing|
|12: 7/23(M)||JAVA class hierarchy|
|13: 7/25(W)||JAVA recursion, File IO|
|14: 7/26(T)||Final Exam||-|
|End of the class|
*Schedule could be adjusted, materials linked are same as below ones.
|2||Variables & Methods|
|3||Branch, Loop and Recursion|
|6||Class and Class Instance|
|To be determined... :)|
This course covers two parts: One part is learning basic problem solving techniques that are essential for beginners of studying computer science. It offers, without any prior algorithmic knowledge, how we can view and analyze complex computing or algorithmic problems to find efficient and effective solutions or strategies. The second part is learning JAVA programming language. Step-by-step JAVA programming practice is provided. Starting from a simple task to program, a number of tasks for practicing various JAVA features will be covered. Students who complete this course are able to improve their potential of solving complex computing problems as well as JAVA programming capability.
- Up to 3 times of missing class is allowed with no penalty
- But if more than 3 times, grade F will be given.
- 2 * Basic problem solving assignments
- 3 * Programming assignments