W4444: Programming and Problem Solving | K. Ross

Computer Science
Undergraduate and Graduate Lecture
MW 1:10-2:25PM

Hands-on introduction to solving open-ended computational problems. Emphasis on creativity, cooperation, and collaboration. Projects spanning a variety of areas within computer science, typically requiring the development of computer programs. Generalization of solutions to broader problems, and specialization of complex problems to make them manageable. Team-oriented projects, student presentations, and in-class participation required.

Prerequisites: CSEE W3827 and one of the following: COMS W3134, COMS W3136, or COMS W3137). 

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