Current offerings

105. Computers in Society. Credit 3 hours. Topics include historical, modern, and future developments, as

well as an overview of a computer system’s hardware, software and people. Issues concerning security, privacy, and ethics will be discussed. Includes practical application of using communication software networks, including the Internet and the World Wide Web. This course does not satisfy the general requirement for computer literacy.

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161. Algorithm Design and Implementation I. Credit 3 hours. Prerequisite: Mathematics 161 or 165 or permission of the Department Head. Basic concepts of computer programming, problem solving, algorithm development, and program coding using a high-level, block-structured language. Credit may be given for both

Computer Science 110 and 161.

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333. Advanced Desktop Publishing and Multimedia. Credit 3 hours. Prerequisite: Computer Science 233. Students will develop various informative and promotional materials. Emphasis will be on independent work, and developing concepts with outside clients when possible. Projects will include work with traditional print   media as well as digital media. Credit toward the degree will not be granted for Computer Science majors.

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Spring 2009

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