COMP 1004 - Introduction to Computers for the Sciences
4.00 out of 5
Working knowledge of computers and their applications with particular reference to problems in Science. Computer fundamentals and the use of application packages such as spreadsheets, databases and symbolic Mathematics programs. A basic familiarity with computers is assumed.
Precludes additional credit for COMP 1001. This course cannot be taken for credit by students in the B.C.S. program or combined programs in Computer Science.
Lectures three hours a week.
Multiple choice exam, easy assignments and it functions to fill the slot of "Science Continuation Credits", meaning that it replaces the requirement for a 0.5 credit 2nd year non-major science credit.