Boston University / CLA
Computer Science Dept

CLA CS-101: Introduction to Computers

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: Wed 12:30pm-2:00pm / Thu 11:00am-12:30pm (or by appointment)

Teaching Fellow:

    Name: Robert Pitts
  Office: MCS-286 (ext: 3-6412)
   Hours: Tue  4:00-5:00pm / Wed 4:00-5:00pm / Thu 4:00-5:00pm / Fri 3:00-4:00pm
     Lab: Fri 12:00-2:00pm

Class Meeting:

   Time: Tue 9:30am-11:00am / Thu 9:30am-11:00am
  Place: STO B-50

Course Archives:

This document has been prepared by Professor Azer Bestavros <>.

Created on: January 16, 1995.
Updated on: May 9, 1995.