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CSĀ 100. Discovering Computer Science. 3 hours.

Fundamentals of computing; history of computation; computer organization; program design, testing and debugging; web design; computer animation; software tools; societal and legal issues in computing. Course Information: Credit is not given for CS 100 if the student has credit in either CS 101 or MCS 260. No graduation credit for students enrolled in a major offered by the Departments of Computer Science or Electrical and Computer Engineering. Extensive computer use required. Class Schedule Information: To be properly registered, students must enroll in one Laboratory and one Lecture-Discussion. Natural World - No Lab course.

College of Engineering

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...engineering orientation course ENGR 100 during the first...ACM, BMES, IEEE, IEEE-CS, IIE, SAE, and...

Academic Standing

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...5 CS 111 , CS 141 (6 hours) Computer Science Principles 3-5 CS 100 (3...

BS in Computer Science with Human-Centered Computing Concentration

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...courses provided by the CS department. c This...of Engineering a ENGR 100 carries one equivalent...

BS in Computer Science

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...a CS technical elective from outside the CS...Engineering Courses a ENGR 100 is a one...