Fundamental Programming Practices (CS 390)
This course provides a focused program for enhancing programming and analytical skills
in five areas: problem solving, data structures, object-oriented programming, the Java programming language, and the use of recursion in Java programs.
These topics are of particular importance as a prerequisite for the courses in the graduate program in Computer Science.
Topics include: elements of Java programming, object-oriented design and implementation, data structures (including lists, stacks, queues, binary search trees, hash tables, and sets), the exception hierarchy, file i/o and streams, and JDBC. (4 credits) Prerequisite: For undergraduate students: CS 221; for graduate students: consent of the department faculty