CSCI 108 - Interdisciplinary Computing: Practical Computational Problem Solving. 3 Credits.
Offered autumn and spring. Prereq., WRIT 101 (or higher) or equivalent. Students will develop critical thinking and problem solving by applying computational problem solving across a broad range of interdisciplinary fields. This course is not a programming course. Instead, students will focus on problem specification, meta-analysis, formal description, generalizing solutions, enumerating decision possibilities and outcomes, process analysis, problem partitioning, and digital representation using the English language.
Gen Ed Attributes: Writing Course-Intermediate