CS 0011 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING FOR SCIENTISTS

All of the CS 001X courses will introduce students to the concepts of computing and computer programming. Students in these courses will learn how a computer works and how to write programs in order to use the computer as a problem solving tool. A major focus of the class will be on developing problem-solving skills (e.g., how to decompose a problem into more manageable parts and how to combine those parts into an overall solution). CS 0011 in particular will focus on problems related to the natural sciences with an emphasis on computational biology. Domain-specific projects and labs will be assigned throughout the course to encourage students in the natural sciences to apply computing to their field of study.

Academic Career: Undergraduate
Course Component: Lecture
Grade Component: LG/SNC Elective Basis
Course Attributes: DSAS Quant.-Formal Reason General Ed. Requirement
Minimum Credits: 4
Maximum Credits: 4

Current Sections

Summer 2022

Class No.DaysTimesRoomInstructor(s)TA(s)TypeSession
19530 (1300)TuTh2:30 pm - 4:15 pmTBA M. de Lima Barbosa
LEC12W
48 (1300)W2:30 pm - 4:20 pmTBA R. Alseghayer
LAB12W
38 (1300)W4:30 pm - 6:20 pmTBA R. Alseghayer
LAB12W

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Spring 2022

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Summer 2021