CSCI 1935: Exploring Algorithms and Data Structures

1 Credit

This course is designed as a complement to CSCI 1933 for students who elect to devote additional time to get a broader exposure to algorithms, data structures, concepts, and practice of computer science. Students will work in small groups to sharpen their problem solving and computational skills with a special focus on developing efficient and effective algorithms using fundamental data structures. Co-requisite of CSci 1933 OR CSci 1933H is required.

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