INFO-I 210 Information Infrastructure I
- Prerequisite(s): None
- Delivery: On-Campus
This course introduces software architectures of information systems and basic concepts and procedures of system and application development. Course topics include program syntax; procedural programming fundamentals; principles of developing dynamic, database-driven applications for the World Wide Web; relational database concepts; and SQL statements.
This course is approved for the Analytical Reasoning, List B, component of the General Education core.
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