Help with studying computer science

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I want to become computer expert in all aspects
I know programming
I study Electrical Engineering in university and I love computers
I want to know computers in basic level
If I want to learn basic about computers what work should I do?
between data structures , operating system , computer networks and other lessons what order should read?
and what topic from math should read?
I almost know list of lessons but don't know exactly order for study them
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jtbell
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Does your university's computer science department or program not publish a required or recommended sequence of courses, and the topics that they cover?

If your university doesn't do this, I'm sure many universities do, so browse a few university web sites and you should get a pretty good idea. :smile:
 
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If I want to learn basic about computers what work should I do?
between data structures , operating system , computer networks and other lessons what order should read?
Provided that you have gone through at least one programming course, this would be the appropriate order:

1. Data structures
2. Computer architecture
3. Networking or operating systems (order doesn't matter for these)

and what topic from math should read?
Discrete math is most useful for computer science.
 
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chiro
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You should follow jtbell's advice and look at the courses for your computer science subjects.

They should have courses on the topics you have spoken about.
 
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