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Introduction to C++ Programming and Intermediate C++ Programming

Algorithm design and the concepts of problem solving for computer software development are emphasized in this course. The fundamentals of the C++ language are covered. C++ is used to implement and code computer programming problems.

Trained tutors are available in the Learning Commons to assist with these topics. Student should bring their notes, course handouts and assignments with them. One-on-one thirty-minute programming assistance conferences are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Please see current schedule for availability.


 Textbook Information


A hardcopy of this textbook is available for use in the Learning Commons.

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Gaddis, Tony. Starting Out with C++. 7th Ed. Upper Saddle Ridge, NJ: Pearson, 2012.​




Video tutorials for C++ - Pearson Publishing's Video Notes to accompany Starting Out With C++: From Control Structures Through Objects , 6/e.

 Other Useful Links


These are additional resources that our staff and students have found helpful.​

A full complete tutorial of C++   - Learn C++ with this tutorial from, designed for beginners and containing lots of examples, tips and simple explanations.
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For more information contact the Learning Commons by phone (850) 201-8193 or e-mail

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