Introduction to Programming University of Tsukuba
This course is focused on helping students acquire fundamental programming notions. Some of the topics that will be covered include starting programming from "pen&paper", pseudocode, algorithms, data types, basic control structures etc.
After completing this course, the students should have a deeper understanding of how compilers and interpreters work and they should be able to understand simple algorithms and programs.
Data and information literacy, data analysis skills for social science research
This class is best suited for students with a high interest in mathematics and computer science in general.
All lectures will be conducted in English.
1/3: class participation
Online Course Requirement
Lecture is conducted in English.
JTP. G-course. Online(Synchronous)
The number of students is limited to 30. (equivalent to "Introduction to Information Processing" in 2010-2012) The number of students is limited to 30.
If the number of registered students exceeds 30, the class membership will be decided during the first lecture.
Preference will be given to fourth, third and second year students (in this order).
Site for Inquiry
Link to the syllabus provided by the university