|1.||Effectively apply the concepts of arrays, functions, object oriented structures, and control structures in computer programming;|
|2.||Apply core principles and fundamentals of programming in writing simple computer programs;|
|3.||Demonstrate practical abilities in coding, testing and debugging simple algorithms in a practical setting;|
|4.||Write computer programs to solve simple engineering problems;|
|5.||Collaborate with others with responsibility and accountability for own learning in planning, problem solving and decision making in professional practice.|
|Laboratory Work||Four (4) Laboratory Based Problem Solving and Programming Exercises||20%|
|Test||Four (4) Tests||40%|
|Project||One (1) Group Project||40%|
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