COURSE INFORMATION

COURSE HOME PAGE URL http://cs.nyu.edu/courses/spring02/V22.0102-001 
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COURSE NAME:  Intro. to Computer Science II (Data Structures) (Honors)
CLASS MAILING LIST:  v22_0102_001_sp02@cs.nyu.edu 
TIME:  Monday and Wednesday 11:00-12:15
PLACE:  Warren Weaver Hall, Room 101
PROFESSOR:  Professor Marsha Berger, Office: WWH 1130, 
Phone: (212) 998-3305, Email: berger@cs.nyu.edu
OFFICE HOURS:  Monday and Wednesday, 12:15-1:00 (feel free to drop by or call)
ETUTOR:  Christian Almazen, Email: cba209@nyu.edu
PREREQUISITE:  grade of B or better in honors 101, or permission.
TEXTBOOK:  Data Structures & Algorithm Analysis in Java 
by Mark Allen Weiss
EXAMINATIONS:  midterm (30%) and final (40%) 
HOMEWORK:  There will be 5 programs due throughout the semester and possibly some written homeworks too (30%)
LAST DAY OF CLASSES:  Monday, May 6
FIRST DROP DATE:  Monday, Feb. 11
FINAL DROP DATE:  Monday, March 25
FINAL EXAM:  Thursday, May 9, 2:00 - 3:50 PM, Room 101 WWH.

COURSE DESCRIPTION

This is the second course in computer science (honors version), for students who want to move faster than the regular sections of this courses. The course is about data structures, not programming per se, but Java will be the programming language for purposes of class discussions and homework.

CLASS MAILING LIST

All students should register with the class mailing list, which should be used for all questions and technical discussions concerning the course and the homeworks. To subscribe to the class mailing list, there is a web based interface at http://cs.nyu.edu/mailman/listinfo/v22_0102_001_sp02