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Cpt 115 - Cobol Programming I

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CPT 115 COBOL Programming I Information Systems Technology Department Semester Catalog Course Description This course introduces the nature and use of the common business oriented language COBOL Prerequisite s CPT 104 or CPT 101 Credit Hours 3 0 Telephone 803 738 7776 E mail ist midlandstech edu Departmental Website http www midlandstech edu edu ed ISM CPT Departmental Assistant Kristine Newton newtonk midlandstech edu Department Chair Patrick Wright wrightp midlandstech edu Textbook s Murach s Mainframe COBOL by Murach Prince and Menendez Murach Publishers ISBN 1 890774 24 3 Equipment A flash drive to save programs is recommended General Education Core Competency Statement This course is designed to meet the college s general education core competency for Computer Literacy Graduates should possess the computer skills to locate retrieve and synthesize data to create a document or presentation appropriate to the area of study Course Objectives Upon completion of this course the student will be able to 1 Communicate an understanding of basic operations and control structures of the COBOL programming language 2 Write simple intermediate and complex COBOL programs using but not limited to the following A Structured Design B Arithmetic logical and relational operations C Control structures IF then ELSE Evaluate Perform Until D Table handling E File handling Course Outcomes and Competencies Intended Course Outcome 1 Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of basic operations and control structures 1 Course Competency Students will be able to communicate an understanding of basic operations and control structures of the COBOL programming language Performance Measurement Instrument A final examination developed by Information Systems faculty based on the course learning objectives will be administered each semester Intended Course Outcome 2 Students will be able to successfully design code compile and run a COBOL program using the following control structures



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