If you think computer programming is only for techies, think again. Or, even better, talk to Chris Stein.
An assistant professor in BMCC’s computer information systems (CIS) department, Stein teaches multimedia programming and design (MMP), which collectively comprises three areas — programming, video and art and design. Admittedly, the MMP offerings are best suited to students with some aptitude for technology and an interest in its practical applications. “But the courses are really about solving problems, designing games and creating art,” says Stein. “They are also great fun.”
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