ICS classes in C or C++?

<p>I'm a freshman in the ICS department at UC Irvine. From what I've heard from both my alumni and a staffer at SPOP, most of the classes are taught in Java. Granted, the kid I asked at SPOP was just a second year, but I pretty much got the same answer from the alum.</p>

<p>Are there any ICS classes that are taught in C or C++? I'm a Computer Science major, not a Game Science major, so I'm sure that makes a difference. I know that the introductory courses are taught in java, but surely there must be at least some upper division courses taught in C. </p>

<p>Yes, I realize that Java has almost the same merit as C in programming in some cases, but I'm curious</p>

<p>of course, there is a class for nearly all the major languages. however, as a compsci major, the first year of programming required is all java, and you're absolutely gonna love the professors. jacobson and thornton are amazingly good and the labs are fun. ics23 however was when i decided that while i love compsci, i couldnt have it as my focus. it was just too hard. i didnt fail any of the classes and i actually did outstandingly well but its not my thing. just a few days ago, i switched from compsci to business information management which is still ics.</p>

<p>please feel free to ask more question about compsci. i am ready to answer. ics doesnt get any attention on this board at all :(</p>

<p>LOL! I noticed. </p>

<p>Ics doesn't really get any attention anywhere anyway. It's even harder getting someone to talk to you when you're a female programmer ><</p>

<p>I'm actually jumping right into ICS 22 because I received credit for ICS 21 on the AP Comp Sci test. I loved the class, so it kind of validated being a comp sci major for me. But yeah, anything can change.</p>

<p>Do you know which classes specifically are in C or C++? I have been pouring all over the General Catalogue for hours and it just doesn't say.</p>

<p>if you really want to know, look up classes that interest you in websoc and see what they're saying.</p>