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CSE 303X is a summer-camp based accelerated course which covers materials of three CSE 300 level Data Structures & Algorithms courses(CSE 301, CSE 302, CSE 303) that are designed to introduce students understand the advanced object-oriented language programming skills, data structures and algorithms. This course is designed to students with completion of CSE 301. Students will gain a head start in preparing for building large-scale projects and understand how to analyze the performance.

Prerequisites: CSE 203 or CSE 203X or having the equivalent knowledge.

Equipment: Dell All-in-one Desktop Computers are provided.

Outcome: After completing 300 level classes, students should acquire the following topics: binary search, set, map, stacks, queues, priority queue, linked list, recursion, recursive backtracking, binary tree, binary search tree, breadth-first search, depth-first search, graphs, abstract/inner classes, generics, time and space complexity, basics of dynamic programming, sorting algorithm, Dijkstra's algorithm.

Online Registration Guide:
Step 1: download registration form
Note: you must email the form to qa@smartcodingschool.com
(student's name need to be included in the email)
Step 2: Pay tuition fee online on the right side with the student's name

Offline Registration Guide:
Step 1: Make an appointment by calling 425-829-2210 or sending an email to qa@smartcodingschool.com
Step 2: Fill in the registration form in the office
Step 3: Pay tuition fee in the office
Term A
Duration: 2 weeks full days
Time: Monday - Friday
Lecture Schedule: 6/25 - 7/6
Time: 9:00AM - 5:00PM
(We have classes on 7/4)
Tuition: $2200
as low as $27.5 per hour
Early Bird Deadline: 2/18/2017
Early Bird Price: $2000
Saving $200 Limited Time
Enrollment Deadline: 6/24/2018
Pay Tuition Online
(Early Bird)
Student's Name


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