Term: Fall 2006
Course No.: EECS 490
Credit Hours: 4
Instructor: Chandrasekhar Boyapati
Prerequisites: EECS 281
This is a 4-credit course that introduces fundamental concepts in programming languages. The course covers different programming languages including functional, imperative, object-oriented, and logic programming languages; different programming language constructs for naming, control flow, memory management, concurrency, and modularity; as well as methodologies, techniques, and tools for writing correct and maintainable programs.
EECS 490 counts as an upper-level CS technical elective for CS-ENGR and CS-LSA undergraduate students. It also counts as a 400-level elective for CSE graduate students.
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