Computer courses

The following table lists the coursework taken while attending Tyler Junior College. Full-time work requirements didn't permit me to complete the set of courses needed for a specific Computer Science degree. This set represents what I was able to take during night classes. Computer Science classes I completed with a 4.0 GPA.
Course No.TitleDescription
CS 113A Introduction to Computers Introduction to Computers
CS 213F Computer Programming: BASIC Language Write, debug and run programs using the DOS BASIC interpreter.
CS 213B Systems Analysis Study the developmental stages of computer systems software, hardware and integration
CS 123Y Special Topics: Lotus 1-2-3 Study of Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet creation, graphs, macros, and databases.
CS 223Y Special Topics: dBASE III+ dBASE programming...
CS 113L Introduction to Computer Programming Logic Study of design of computer programs, flowcharting..
CS 113M DOS/Data Entry Study of basic DOS commands and computer data entry
CS 123V Computer Programming: C Language Create, debug and compile C programs
CS 113P Computer Programming: Pascal Language Create, debug and compile Pascal programs
Most of what I've learned about computers, however, was not through formal education. Most of the classes were taken when I already knew something about the subject matter.
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