A "syllabus" (from the Latin "list") is an academic document that outlines and summarizes the topics covered in an educational course. It is either written by a board or prepared by the instructor. Syllabi are usually linked to a college's official course description - that defines which topics are going to be taught and how these will count toward a degree.
The following is a comparison of C++ and Java - side by side. You will see that the differences are quite minor.
Computer Science / Engineer Majors