The University of Benin (UNIBEN) Three hundred Level (Third Year) Computer Science Courses and Subjects to Study.
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UNIBEN 300L First Semester Computer Science Courses
|Course Code||Course Title||Credits|
|CSC316||Digital Computer Design||3|
|CSC318||Introduction to Formal Language||3|
|MTH317||Numerical Linear Algebra||3|
|CSC311||Web Technology & Applications||3|
|CSC312||Assembly Language II or C Programming||3|
|CSC333||Human Computer Interaction||3|
|CSC328||Discrete Mathematics, Network & Graph Theory||3|
|CSC321||Systems Analysis and Design||3|
|CSC323||Economics of Information Technology||3|
CSC311: Web Technology and Applications
Web Applications; Web Development using web-authoring tools; Database-Web Connectivity; Scripting Languages for Web Development; Web Application, Client-Server Technologies and infrastructure; Multi-tiered system design and implementation and current issues and trends; Major Web Application Development project.
CSC312: Assembly Lang. Programming II and C Prog.
Assemblers, compilers, interpreters and macros. More advanced assembly language programming. Interrupt handling and I/O memory resident programs. Procedure and arrays, further bit manipulation. Case studies. Elements of C programming: C program structure interface, data files and declarations. Operators, functions. File management, registers accessing. Reusable software, computation inheritance.
CSC333: Human Computer Interaction
Introduction to basic principles and methodology for good user interface design, drawing on a background of human information processing and human factors. Techniques for user-centred analysis and design; use of prototyping tools, introduction to Usability Engineering and other evaluation methods; methods for enhancing system usability and systems ergonomics.
CSC313: Data Structure & Information Manipulation
Data structure and representation. Binary trees, traversal algorithms, recursion, block programming techniques, searching and sorting algorithms, symbol tables and hashing, files: access methods and organization, Internal and External files, other types of trees.
CSC314: Operations Research
LP Models, Simplex Method, Revised Simplex Methods and project from inverse; duality theorem. Dual Simplex Method, Integer programming models; parametric programming; special problems. The Transportation problem, applications. Game theory: 2 person 0-sum Game.
CSC316: Introduction To Digital Design and Micro-processors
Combinational Logic; sequential logic; Microprocessors and Micro Computers
CSC318: Formal Languages and Automata Theory
Meaning of alphabet; string, concatenation; language; levels of language. Grammar, Parsing. The FiniteState Automata. Turing Machines.
CSC321: Systems Analysis and Design
Planning projects. Feasibility Study. System Life Cycle. Design of computerized systems. Systems installation and maintenance. Decision tables in programming and Decision making.
CSC323: Economics of Information Technology
Consideration of the economic aspects of IT from the point of view of systems managers, system users, the IT industry, and national policymakers. The role of IT in development.
CSC325: Compiler Construction
Logical analysis, lexical and syntactic analysis. Code generation, code optimization, translator-writing-systems, general language terminology. Precedence: operator precedence, II-parse, top-down and bottom-up parsing, grammars.
CSC328: Discrete Mathematics, Network and Graph Theory
Graph theory, undirected and directed graphs; partition and distance planar and non-planar graphs. Matrix representation. Applications from Network flow; LP and PERT, CPM switching network; shortest path; Algebras, algorithms, Monoids and machines, Lattice and Boolean Algebra, Groups, combinatorial logic and language
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