This course focuses on data structures, software design and advance Java. The course starts with an introduction to data structures and the basics of the analysis of algorithms. Important data structures covered include arrays, lists, stacks, queues, trees, hash maps and graphs. The course also focuses on software design and advanced Java topics such as software architecture, code understandability and multithreading.
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594 pairs well with any course, except for 591 (since 591 is a prerequisite). The assignments are appropriately challenging but allow the student enough time to fully absorb the information, thus solidifying critical concepts in Data Structure and Algorithms. Average Hours Per Week: 5-10
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