CS 235 Data Structures

This course covers general techniques of common data structures used in modern software development. Topics include developing and analyzing vectors, linked lists, stacks, queues, searching, sorting, recursion, trees, graphs, and algorithms. Students learn how to develop data structures using object-oriented implementations along with the ability to read and write pertinent information to files for long term storage. This course is offered on the BYU-Idaho online system. (see Course Sharing Policy)


3 credits


CS 115 and MAT 110 or appropriate placement score