CS 101 - Introduction to Computer Science
Total Credits: 3 cr
Course Coordinator: Terence Soule
Current Catalog Description: May be used as core credit in J-3-c. Survey of computer science and topics of importance to computer scientists; includes topics such as the nature of problems, un-solvability, hardware, human factors, security, social, ethical, and legal issues; exposure to practical aspects of computer networks. Three lectures and one recitation per week. Recommended Preparation: two yrs of high school algebra.
References: Additional course references are available on the course web site.
Prerequisites by Topic: None
Course Outcomes: The following list documents the course outcomes and crossreferences them to the BSCS program outcomes. The letter at the beginning of each reference identifies the program outcome supported. The numbers sequentially identify the course outcome for this course. After completing CS 101 a student should be able to: