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New MCS Courses for Spring 2011

posted Nov 3, 2010, 9:46 AM by   [ updated Nov 3, 2010, 9:59 AM ]

Three new Math and Computer Science online courses will be offered for Spring 2011 semester.

MCS 2514 - Computer Science 2, taught by Dr. Ghassan (Gus) Azar, examines records, advanced file input/output (random access), dynamic memory allocation. Static and dynamic implementation of stacks, linked lists (ordered and unordered), queue (regular and priority), circular queues. Selection and insertion sort, binary search.

MCS 4993/5993 - Topics in MA/CS (EXtensible Stylesheet), taught by Bret Williams, is available in two flavors, undergraduate (4993) and graduate (5993).  eXtensible Markup Language (XML) is a self-descriptive markup language containing both content and metadata (structured information).  XML was specifically designed to transport and store data (data container), is very important to know and easy to learn.

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