Recent AnnouncementsWelcome to Prof. Park's sections of the Fall 2015 term of CMSC 313!
CMSC 313 — Computer Organization and Assembly Language
This course introduces the student to the low-level abstraction of a computer system from a programmer's point of view, with an emphasis on low-level programming. Topics include data representation, assembly language programming, C programming, the process of compiling and linking, low-level memory management, exceptional control flow, and basic processor architecture.
Be sure to read through the syllabus for more information.
|Mr. John Park||ITE 207||Tu 4:00–5:00pm;
Class Meeting Information
|01||Tuesday/Thursday||1:00-2:15pm||Math & Psychology 101||Mr. John Park|
|02||Tuesday/Thursday||2:30-3:45pm||Math & Psychology 101||Mr. John Park|
|03||Monday/Wednesday||2:30pm – 3:45pm||Sherman Hall 014||Dr. Jon Squire|
|04||Monday/Wednesday||5:30pm – 6:45pm||Sherman Hall 014||Mr. Andrew Wiles|