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Math 115 is prerequisite for - CS 202, 303 <br>
 
Math 115 is prerequisite for - CS 202, 303 <br>
 
Courses with no prerequisite - CS 151, 256 <br>
 
Courses with no prerequisite - CS 151, 256 <br>
 
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Items to spin off as standalone videos / tutorials <br>
 
Editors - vim, emacs, pico, atom.  Should be able to edit text files, save changes, make copies.<br>
 
IDEs - eclipse, MS visual studio.  Should be able to create a project, add source files, compile and run, debug.<br>
 
Debugging - gdb.  Should be able to compile with debug information, use gdb to find where seg fault occurs, set breakpoints and look at variable values, step line by line through code.<br>
 
Unix tools - grep, sed, awk, find, makefiles, unix regular expressions, reading manual and manual organization, pipes, I/O redirection.<br>
 
  
 
= CS Courses Standard Content Pages =
 
= CS Courses Standard Content Pages =

Latest revision as of 13:21, 18 May 2021

Basic Information About CS Courses

Note: as of summer 2018, this document contains information about all courses that are required in the CS or IT majors. Other CS courses are not listed here yet.

Points of Contact

Steve Baker - CS 151, 469, 479
Laci Egri - CS 303, 420
Arash Rafiey - CS 256, 458
Geoff Exoo - CS 456, 471, 473
R.B. Abhyankar - CS 421, 451, 452, 470
Jeff Kinne - CS 170, 202, 260, 499
Rob Sternfeld - CS 101, 201, 457

Prerequisites

CS 151 is prerequisite for - CS 170, 201, 260
CS 170 is prerequisite for - 479
CS 201 is prerequisite for - CS 202, 303, 469, 479
CS 202 is prerequisite for - all 400 level except 469, 479
CS 303 is prerequisite for - CS 420, 421, 457, 458
Math 115 is corequisite for - CS 201
Math 115 is prerequisite for - CS 202, 303
Courses with no prerequisite - CS 151, 256

CS Courses Standard Content Pages