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CISC *1060 Computing Workshop 1

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as CIS 6.1.
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10 hours supervised project; 3 credits each

Experience in an independent hands-on computer project, directed by a faculty member. Workshop activities designed to advance understanding of the methodology and applications of information technology. Projects drawn from such areas as programming, robotics, information systems, medical computing, business applications, game design, or multimedia computing. Designed for early students to gain a practical appreciation for "doing something" with computer technology.

Prerequisites: Core Curriculum 1312 [3.12] or 3303 [30.03], or Core Studies 5 or 5.1, or any course in Computer and Information Science; and permission of the chairperson.


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