Computing Foundations: Program Organization
|Location:||TBD (Remote Asynch possible)|
|Meeting Time:||F hr: MWF 1:00-1:50|
|Offered this year?||Yes|
|When Offered?||Every year|
Explores how the organization of programs, data, and algorithms affects metrics such as time performance, space usage, social impacts, and data privacy. Students will learn how to choose between candidate data structures for a problem, how to write programs over several standard data structures, how to assess the quality of programs (from theoretical, practical, and social perspectives), and how to apply their skills to computational problems that could arise in a variety of fields. The course will teach object-oriented programming, in combination with basic functional and imperative programming concepts.
The course is designed for both concentrators and non-concentrators. Prerequisite: CSCI 0111