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SEMESTR 1 – first level
Groups of courses
Outcome: The aim of the course is a review of the basic problems concerning the Computer Systems.
Content: The concepts of sequential (Von Neumann architecture) and parallel (neural network) computing are presented at the very beginning. Elements of a computer’s hardware architecture and also the microprocessor technologies (CISC and RISC) are presented further. Other basic hardware elements and input/output devices are also described. Next, the system and application software working with the computer systems is overviewed. Finally, different aspects of spread environments are discussed.
Outcome: To understand the nature of programming as a human activity. To understand main control structures of procedural programming languages. To understand the principles of data storage and manipulation. To learn and be able to use major programming patterns. To learn and practice the defensive style of programming and various debugging techniques. To get prepared for a more advanced programming course, especially Object Oriented Programming.
Content: The Introduction to Programming course is targeted on the students who have no or very little programming knowledge and experience. The students should get familiar with programming concepts and programming constructs at a relatively slow pace. The process of software development will be discussed, covering the following topics: designing, writing the source code, compiling, linking, executing, and debugging.
SEMESTR 3 – first level
Groups of courses
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|Not to enroll in more than three (3) ap/Honors courses per semester||This is a list of Bachelor courses in English from the study programme (Medical) Biology at the Radboud University Nijmegen for the study year 2012-2013|
|A. courses offered in english||University of madras syllabus for core courses – M. Sc. Applied geology first semester eas – C301 geomorphology 4 0 0 4|
|Department of english literature third year courses||Syllabi of courses required Undergraduate Engineering Courses|
|*Courses with an asterisk can be considered seminar courses||Biology 232 – Microbiology Winter 2011|