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2019-2020 Undergraduate & Graduate Catalog


CIS 351 - Computer Organization and Assembly Language

Introduction to the logical structure of computers, including combinational and sequential logic, arithmetic, data paths, CPU control, caches, and basic pipelining. Introduction to assembly language including data movement, arithmetic, comparing and branching, bit manipulation, procedure calling, memory access, and implementation of high-level language constructs. (3-0-2) Course offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisites: MTH 225, CIS 241, and (CIS major or CIS minor standing).

Credits: 4



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