Assembly Language Programming
Georgia Southwestern State University

Institution Information

Georgia Southwestern State University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools

Course Details

Course Information: CSCI 2100 02 – Undergraduate, 3 credits (semester)
Subject: Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
Enrollment: 10 
Term Registration DeadlineCourse Start Course End
Fall 2019 08/23/2019  08/19/2019  12/11/2019 

Special Attendance Requirements

Distance delivery. More than 95% of class sessions are delivered via distance education technology. This course may require that students travel to campus or other designated site to attend an orientation, take exams, or participate in other on-site experience.  

Method of Course Instruction

The course is delivered primarily through Internet.  

Course Description

This course discusses the basic computer organization of the microcomputer and its assembly programming language, Assembly fundamentals, Macro Assembler, DEBUG, I/O services, numeric processing and conversion, string processing. Macro library, and Macro structures will be covered. (3-0-3)  

Learning Objectives

The student will be able to write, compile and run assembly programs for the IBM PC (x86 with Pentium instructions) with simple algorithms to perform input and output, count, loop, perform decisions and create data structures such as lists and arrays. The student will be able to debug assembly code. The student will have an understanding of basic computer organization of the microcomputer and its assembly programming language. The student will learn the binary numbering system, numeric processing and conversion, subprograms, stacks, shift operations, arrays, and string processing.  

Required Materials

Assembly Language Programming for the IBM PC Family, by William B. Jones, Third Edition. ISBN 1-57676-058-8. Qty 5 3.5" High Density floppy disks for assignments.  

Admissions and Registration Information

Student must be admitted to the institution to enroll in this course. The admission process can be handled via the Web. Student can register for this course via the Web.  

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Estimated Tuition and Fees **

 In-State Out-of-State Electronic Rate*
Tuition: $ 648.00
Fees: $ 176.00

* The cost of an Electronic Rate course is the same regardless of residency.

** These rates are averages of tuition rate and student fees. Actual tuition costs may vary, based on number of courses taken, student level and student major. Please be sure to contact the college or university for your specific tuition and fee amounts.

Technical Requirements

Internet access, a PC with Windows 2000, XP, or Vista capable of running WebCT Vista. Student must have Microsoft Office Word and PowerPoint.  


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