CS 272 Section 1 is offered Tue/Thu, 11:45-1:00, in SH115. The final
examination will take place on Tuesday December 7th, at
(the organization of the exam will be determined at a later time). The
lab sessions will take place each Tuesday and Thursday 2:35-4:25
in SH 118.
CS272 is a fundamental course for any undergraduate student in computer
science. Its prerequisites include CS 171 (Algorithmic Computation).
Math/CS 278 is a co-requisite for the course. Knowledge of the
basic concepts of programming and of the Java programming
language is assumed in this course. Any students
who do not meet these requirements are strongly encouraged to contact
The goal of CS 272 is to provide students with a good knowledge of the
different methodologies available for organizing data for automatic
Data structures are the fundamental tools for software organization and
development and are indespensable tool for any programmer and computer
scientist. The final goal of this course is to become proficient in
Computer programming (using the Java programming language)
using all the basic structures for data organization
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