CS3023 Intermediate Programming

This second course in the programming practices sequence builds upon the topics covered in CS2020. The main objective of the course is the teaching of software techniques and practices for building intermediate level programs. Topics covered include object-oriented principles, recursion, file input and output, dynamic memory allocation, exception-handling, and event-driven programming. A limited amount of functional programming is also covered. The main programming language for this course is Python, with occasional discourses into C++.

Prerequisite

CS2020, or previous Undergraduate experience

Lecture Hours

3

Lab Hours

4

Quarter Offered

  • Fall
  • Spring