CS 115: Introduction to Computer Science 1

For Prospective Students

The purpose of this page is to help you determine whether the course CS 115 is right for you.

CS 115 is a first university-level course in computer science for students both with and without previous experience with computing. It can be taken as enrichment for any program of study or it can prepare you for a CS minor.

If you are a CS major and/or love mathematics, you should consider CS 135 or CS 145, whether or not you have previous experience with computers. We have provided links to pages designed for prospective students of CS 135 and CS 145. Each student in the Faculty of Mathematics will take one of the three courses (115, 135, 145) as part of the core Faculty requirements.

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