This course is a hands-on introduction to the systems level of programming with an emphasis on data structures and interfacing with operating systems. This course focuses on fundamental data structures needed to design and implement systems applications and continues with an introduction to the Unix Application Programming Interface, signals, threads, and interprocess communications. This course is taught from a programmatic perspective using C, with special topics in both Java and Python. Notes: May not be taken for credit by students in the PhD CS, Bachelor’s/Accelerated Master’s in Computer Science, or Bachelor’s/Accelerated Master’s in Software Engineering programs.Offered by Computer Science. May not be repeated for credit.
Comp Systems And Sys Prog
George Mason University
CS 531 DL2
Harold Greenwald (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Times and Days
CS 310 and CS 367 or equivalent.