CSC148H1: Introduction to Computer Science


Abstract data types and data structures for implementing them. Linked data structures. Encapsulation and information-hiding. Object-oriented programming. Specifications. Analyzing the efficiency of programs. Recursion. This course assumes programming experience as provided by CSC108H1. Students who already have this background may consult the Computer Science Undergraduate Office for advice about skipping CSC108H1. Practical (P) sections consist of supervised work in the computing laboratory. These sections are offered when facilities are available, and attendance is required. Note: Students may request to move from CSC148H1 to CSC108H1 after the last day to add classes and before a deadline set by the course instructors, if space is available in CSC108H1 at the time of the request.

CSC108H1/ (equivalent programming experience)
The Physical and Mathematical Universes (5)