Computer Science Department
College of Arts and Sciences

Introduction to Computers
CS-101 (B1) / Fall 1995

CS 101 is a general introduction to computers and their applications that assumes no previous knowledge of the subject. CS101 introduces computers and their uses in the arts and sciences -- what they are, how they work, how they can be programmed, what they can and cannot do. It is for people who read about such topics as VLSI or WWW and want to understand them, for people who need to have data processed on the job, and for people who see the computerization of our society and ask about the meaning of it all.


    Name: Prof. Azer Bestavros
  Office: MCS-276 (ext: 3-9726)
   Hours: Tue 2:00pm-3:30pm / Thu 2:00pm-3:30pm 
          or by appointment

Teaching Fellow:

    Name: Robert Pitts
  Office: MCS-286 (ext: 3-6412)
   Hours: Mon 11:00am-12:00pm / Mon 02:00pm-03:00pm 
          Wed 12:00pm-01:00pm / Fri 11:00pm-12:00pm 
          or by appointment
     Lab: Wed 02:00pm-03:00pm / Fri 01:00pm-02:00pm (MCS B24)

Class Meeting:

   Time: Tue 3:30pm-5:00pm / Thu 3:30pm-5:00pm
  Place: STO B50

CS101(B1) On-Line Course Archives:

This document has been prepared by Professor Azer Bestavros (

Created on: August 24, 1995.
Updated on: November 17, 1995.