CS 112 Course Information
Dual credit Computational Thinking and Problem Solving (CS 112) is an introduction to elementary computing concepts such as variables, loops, functions, lists, conditionals, concurrency, data types, simple object oriented concepts, I/O, events, syntax, structured programming, basic concepts of computer organization, editing and the influence of computers in modern society.
CS 112 is now available for dual credit as a yearlong course that meets Idaho’s graduation requirements for senior math (at high school discretion).
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“Taking this class will open up opportunities for almost any job. I have experienced the benefits of knowing computer science in several jobs – receiving raises and bonuses because I was able to design a program or use the logic style to create something that's more efficient. You never know where this logic might come in next.” Dalton Hawkins, Sandpoint High School CS 112 Instructor and UIdaho alum