Basic Programming

Course Description: The fall semester would be learning the C programming language and IDE (Integrated Development Environment) called Code:Blocks.  By the end of the first semester, students should be able to understand how to write C programs for the computer on their own, and use the computer to solve rudimentary problems.  The spring semester will move to a practical understanding of programming where the students will program an EVK (EValuation Kit) for a processor used in industry. 

Prerequisite: The perspective student must have taken a minimum of Algebra I and taken Basic Electronics

Instructor: Ken Edwards

Materials: TBA