AIMS 3730 Programming for Business Applications
3 semester hours
This course is an introduction to programming with an emphasis on its business application capability. Students will learn the basic techniques of programming from concepts to code. The objectives of this course are: making students comfortable with fundamental programing terminology and concepts, including data type, input/output, control statements methods, arrays, strings and files; giving students hands-on practical experience with modeling and problem solving; and illustrating to students how such models are translated into working business applications.
Prerequisites: ACCT 3140 or AIMS 2710 ; BADM 1030 with a grade of C (2.0) or better; or consent of instructor and approval of Associate Dean.