Selkirk College offers elective courses in computer science.
These elective courses are transferable to a variety of post-secondary institutions. Course requirements vary among post-secondary institutions.
CPSC 100: Introduction to Computer Programming I, is designed for beginning programmers who have no prior programming experience. CPSC 100 Introduction to Programming 1 will also be helpful to students who have programmed before and wish to learn about the C programming language. ANSI-C is the low-level/high-level language that will be used to learn basic programming constructs, algorithms, program design, and good programming practices. Students will develop and test small programs which loop, make decisions, access arrays, define classes, instantiate objects, and invoke methods.
This course is a continuation of CPSC 100 with emphasis on more advanced programming techniques and design, development and test of large applications. Students will write programs which make use of library functions to display graphical user interfaces, manage collections of data, access files and databases, and interact with other programs.
CPSC 100 with a grade of "C" or better.
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Students whose first language is not English must fulfill the College’s English language proficiency requirement. See Policy 8611: Admissions.
Mature students must meet the English 12 requirement.
Accepted English Duolingo scores for Selkirk College are 110 = IELTS 6.5 and 105 = IELTS 6.0.
If you need assistance to meet college or program admission requirements the following programs will get you get there:
English Language Program
Computer Science Academic Admission Requirements Minimum grade of 66% in English 12 or English 12 First Peoples or equivalent. Students who do not meet this requirement must write the Language Proficiency Index (LPI) test and achieve a minimum of level 4 to attain equivalency. Additional Requirements Students whose first language is not English must fulfill the College’s English language proficiency requirement. See Policy 8611: Admissions. Mature students must meet the English 12 requirement.
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