Computer Organization

Computer Science 210

Usual Description

An introduction to computer architecture and assembly language programming. This course describes the organization of computers at the digital logic, register transfer, and instruction set architecture levels. Emphasis is placed on the design of a CPU and on the role of the CPU within a computer system. This course will teach an assembly language using the computer laboratory facilities.

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Computer Science 210 Taught by Benjamin Kuperman
Computer Science 210 Taught by John Donaldson
Computer Science 210 Taught by Cynthia Taylor
Computer Science 210 Taught by Cynthia Taylor
Computer Science 210 Taught by Cynthia Taylor
Computer Science 210 Taught by John Donaldson
Computer Science 210 Taught by Richard Salter
Computer Science 210 Taught by Richard Salter
Computer Science 210 Taught by Richard Salter