COMP 211 Computer Design and Architecture I




An introduction to some fundamental concepts of computer design and architecture: data representation and coding, combinational and sequential digital logic, microprocessor operation, memory organizations and addressing schemes, instruction sets, assembly language, and operating system interfaces.


COMP 126 and COMP 202 with a minimum C- grade; and MATH 116 with a minimum C- grade and MATH 124 as a prerequisite or a co-requisite with a minimum C- grade

Course Notes

COMP 211 is an approved Quantitative/Analytical course for baccalaureate degrees. COMP 211 is an approved Science course.

This course may not be offered every year.


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