EE 160 : Programming for Engineers

Introductory course on computer programming and modern computing environments with an emphasis on algorithm and program design, implementation and debugging. Designed for engineering students, this course includes a hands-on laboratory to develop and practice programming skills.

Prerequisites

Credit for or registration in Math 140 or consent of instructor

Recommended Preparation:

Course Outcomes

  • explain the steps involved in the programming process.
  • solve simple problems and express those solutions as algorithms.
  • use the fundamental techniques of selection, looping, assignment, input, and output to describe the steps the computer takes to solve a problem.
  • write algorithms and code in a top-down manner.
  • work with arrays in searching and sorting applications.
  • work with structures and unions types.
  • write, test, and debug small programs.
  • write functions and use pointers.
  • work with characters and strings.
  • work in text based environment like UNIX.
  • interface with text base using a GUI interface.

Course Details

Credits:

4

Lecture Hours:

3