Grade Open To: 9-12
Term: 1 or 2
Prerequisite: Algebra 1 or concurrent enrollment in Algebra 1 Honors
Description: Computer logic is an important skill in today’s world whether you are interested in business, economics, science, or computer science. You will learn how to solve various business applications and logical problems through programming. Topics include: computer basics, networking basics, logical structure and design. Basic programming conventions will be taught to include: variables and expressions, functions/methods and control structures. Stress is placed on writing structured programs that are user-friendly. This course may be taken for elective credit only. This course does not count toward Math credit for graduation.