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CSP1150 Programming Principles
Credit Points: 15
This unit provides an introduction to the principles of programming, including program design, development and testing, data types, control statements, methods, arrays, classes, objects and inheritance.

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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
K40Bachelor of Arts (Education) Bachelor of Creative Arts
K07Bachelor of Computer and Network Security
U65Bachelor of Computer Science
K53Bachelor of Engineering (Civil)
E66Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems)
K03Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Systems)/Bachelor of Computer Science
K54Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Power)
G98Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics and Communications)
G93Bachelor of Engineering (Instrumentation Control and Automation)
K52Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)
G69Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronics)
K06Bachelor of Engineering (Mechatronics) Bachelor of Technology (Motorsports)
K60Bachelor of Engineering Bachelor of Business
K61Bachelor of Engineering Bachelor of Laws
K56Bachelor of Engineering Bachelor of Science
K94Bachelor of Engineering Science
U67Bachelor of Information Technology
K01Bachelor of Science (Applied Mathematics and Statistics)
E63Bachelor of Science (Digital Media)
K87Bachelor of Science (Networking Science)
U78Bachelor of Technology (Electronic and Computer Systems)
MICOMPComputer Science Minor
MAAABCComputer Science Major
MAAACMDigital Media Major
MAAABEGames Programming Major
MIINTEInformation Technology Minor
MAAABGInformation Technology Major
MISOFTSoftware Engineering Minor
MAAABDSoftware Engineering Major
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 31/03/2010 VET: 31/03/2010