CS 216 Programming Challenges

Course Outcomes

This course provides extra practice for students who are interested in computational problem-solving, above and beyond what they get in the regular CS curriculum.

Students successfully completing this course will demonstrate that they can:

  1. Design and develop algorithms to solve challenging computational problems.
  2. Implement their algorithms in a modern programming language.
  3. Identify deficiencies of their implementations and refactor their programs as necessary in order to meet a particular problem's constraints.

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