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Domestic students can apply to ISU as non-degree students and take the course either face to face or online. International students can check back here for course info (sample quizzes, reading assignments, programming assignments, tutorials, etc.) that will be posted publicly throughout the fall 2022 term.  
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Domestic students can [https://www.indstate.edu/cgps/graduate/apply/non-degree-application apply to ISU as a non-degree student] and take the course either face to face or online. International students can check back here for course info (sample quizzes, reading assignments, programming assignments, tutorials, etc.) that will be posted publicly throughout the fall 2022 term.  
  
 
For those with no or little prior programming and CS experience, you are highly recommended to take this course to get you ready to apply to the CS MS program.  For international students, you can get some benefit by following along with the material that will be posted here.
 
For those with no or little prior programming and CS experience, you are highly recommended to take this course to get you ready to apply to the CS MS program.  For international students, you can get some benefit by following along with the material that will be posted here.

Revision as of 17:35, 3 June 2022

For more information on applying to the CS MS program, see http://cs.indstate.edu/info/apply.html

Course Goals

CS 510 is Fast Track Introduction to Programming. The course has no pre-reqs (can be taken by those with no prior CS or programming experience) and is meant to (a) get you programming (in python), and (b) get you ready to pass the admissions interview (python programming and basic algorithms / data structures). CS 510 would count as elective credit towards the MS degree.

Who should Register

Domestic students can apply to ISU as a non-degree student and take the course either face to face or online. International students can check back here for course info (sample quizzes, reading assignments, programming assignments, tutorials, etc.) that will be posted publicly throughout the fall 2022 term.

For those with no or little prior programming and CS experience, you are highly recommended to take this course to get you ready to apply to the CS MS program. For international students, you can get some benefit by following along with the material that will be posted here.

Course Content

Course content will be coming online later in summer 2022.