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Cs 208 - Computer Science Fundamentals
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Regis University College for Professional Studies School of Computer Information Sciences SYLLABUS COURSE NUMBER CS208 COURSE TITLE Computer Science Fundamentals Facilitator Information Name Mohamed Lotfy Office location and hours Claver Hall room 305 D8 E mail address mlotfy regis edu Course companion web site http academic regis edu mlotfy cs208 portal htm The web site has all the course materials that will be used through out the class Course Description Provides an introduction to Computer Science Computer Information Systems Includes numbering systems mathematical and logical binary operations basic concepts of computer organization and operating systems Introduces systems analysis and design management information systems databases networking assembly and high level language program development environments Course Prerequisites None Course Outcomes Successful completion of this course will enable students to do the following 1 Explain what it means to study Computer Science and Information systems and understand the historical roots of the disciplines 2 Identify and describe the basic hardware components of microcomputer systems 3 Understand the different numbering representations including binary Octal and hexadecimal and how they relate to binary number systems 4 Understand and implement the signed and floating point representations of binary numbers Regis University CS208 Syllabus Term 11F8W2 1 5 Understand the elements involved in program design 6 Write algorithms create structure charts and flowcharts to solve problems 7 Understand and implement the concepts of structured programming using the C programming language 8 Understand and implement the concepts of assembly programming using an assembler 9 Understand the basics of data communications and networking including the different network topologies and the OSI model 10 Describe the functionality of current Operating systems and 11 Describe and explain the different components of Management Information



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