An overview of the entire discipline of Computer Science is presented. Topics covered are machine architecture, software (including fundamental programming concepts), and data organization. Additional topics include professional ethics and social implications.
This is an introductory course in object-oriented programming using Java including recursion and exception handling. The skills learned in this course are applicable to all programming tasks.
This course is designed as an introductory treatment of the data structures which may be used in computer storage to represent the information involved in solving problems. Topics include the study of contiguous and linked stacks and queues, searching and sorting algorithms. Programming work expands on the concepts of object-oriented design.
A continuation of the study of advanced data structures is the focus of this course. Topics include advanced sorting techniques, string matching algorithms, trees and graphs.
This is an in-depth coverage of modern operating systems. Topics include: CPU and job scheduling, memory management, synchronization and concurrency, and deadlock. This course involves three or four major design and implementation projects.
An analysis of data communication hardware and systems is the focus of this course. Topics include telecommunications, network architecture and analysis, TCP/IP protocols, security, and installation.