A comprehensive programming course focusing on business applications. Students learn how to develop elementary and intermediate programs in Structured COBOL. Topics include basic syntax, structured design concepts and file processing in accounting, finance, management and marketing. The COBOL language is compared and contrasted with other languages.
Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes: IT 015 or CSC 005; junior class standing or above. With the permission of department chairperson one of the following programming courses – IT 040, 050, 090, or 095 – may be taken at the sophomore level.