101 ("one-o-one") is a topic for beginners in any area. It has all the basic principles and concepts that are expected in a particular field.
In American university course numbering systems, the number 101 is often used for an introductory course at a beginner's level in a department's subject area. This common numbering system was designed to make transfer between colleges easier. In theory, any numbered course in one academic institution should bring a student to the same standard as a similarly numbered course at other institutions.
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- Engber, Daniel (September 6, 2006). "Why are introductory classes called "101"?". Slate Magazine.
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