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CS 401 Overview

This is a culminating experience for majors in computer science who are near the end of their program. The objectives of this seminar are to review fundamental concepts of mathematics; provide opportunities for students to integrate, synthesize and/or extend their knowledge base in the major; develop collaborative problem-solving skills in a peer group; and explore career opportunities available to graduates in mathematics and computer science. A faculty member acting as a facilitator will provide a list of topics to be covered and some problems for class discussion. Students will be expected to play a major role in planning and carrying out activities to meet the course objectives. This course is normally taken in a student's final year of upper-division coursework in the major. Prerequisite: Senior standing, MT 210 and department approval.

  • 4.00 Credits
  • CS

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Seminar - 2021 Spring CS 401

This is a culminating experience for majors in computer science who are near the end of their program. The objectives of this seminar are to review fundamental concepts of mathematics; provide opportunities for students to integrate, synthesize and/or extend their knowledge base in the major; develop collaborative problem-solving skills in a peer group; and explore career opportunities available to graduates in mathematics and computer science. A faculty member acting as a facilitator will provide a list of topics to be covered and some problems for class discussion. Students will be expected to play a major role in planning and carrying out activities to meet the course objectives. This course is normally taken in a student's final year of upper-division coursework in the major.

Course Code: CS 401

1/25/2021 - 5/16/2021

T, R 11:00 AM - 12:40 PM

Online

Synchronous online