Excursions into the characteristics, organization, and use of computers and computing. Designed for non-CSS majors, variable themes address social, scientific, ethical, and business underpinning and implications of information technology and explore applications used in problem solving. Does not carry credit toward the CSS degree or CSS minor.
Spring 2006 (Doug Johnson)
Spring 2003 (Charles Jackels)
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