Course Description


Introduction to Computer Organization


Computer organization refers to the way in which the various components of a computer system are arranged and interact to perform the tasks set by the software. Understanding computer organization is fundamental to becoming proficient in computer science and related fields. This course provides a comprehensive introduction to computer organization, covering topics such as the central processing unit (CPU), memory, input/output devices, and system buses.

The course is designed for beginners and those looking to deepen their knowledge of how computers work at the hardware level. By the end of the course, you will have a solid understanding of how data is processed within a computer system, the role of registers and caches, and how instructions are executed.

Key concepts covered in the course include instruction set architecture, memory organization, and input/output operations. You will also learn about different types of processors, such as single-core and multi-core processors, and the role of the operating system in managing computer resources.

Whether you are a student exploring the basics of computer organization or a professional looking to enhance your understanding of computer systems, this course offers valuable insights into the underlying principles that govern modern computing devices.