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This introductory course serves as a guide to new students in finding their way through the multi-facet and vast area of Computer Science and Networks. Its main objectives include teaching students about the function of the basic components and peripherals of a computer, its uses in the real world, data conversion techniques and the importance of binary coding, as well as the basic components of computer networks and their uses in the modern world.

Pre-requisites: None

Lecture:
3
Laboratory:
0