Formal definition of programming languages; structure of statements; global properties of algorithmic languages; data description; run time representation of programs; procedural languages such as C or C++ and nonprocedural languages such as lisp or prolog.
Credit 4 hrs May not be repeated for additional credit Grade Mode Normal (A-F)
Prerequisite(s)COSC 211 and COSC 221 Class-Level Restriction Undergraduate standing
Equivalent Courses COSC 342
Updates Change to credit hours 2/2017, effective Fall 2017