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CS 150B - Culture and Coding: Python (GT-AH3)

  • 3 credits
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Survey of computer science, formal logic, and computational thinking. Explores the historical, gender, and cultural perspectives on the role of technology in society. Includes learning basic elements of the Python programming language. Write small programs, and construct written arguments on ways in which technology influences our modern culture. Previous computer science experience not necessary. Credit allowed for only one of the following: CS 150, CS 150A, or CS 150B.

Prerequisite

Credit allowed for only one of the following: CS 150, CS 150A, or CS 150B.

Instructors

Benjamin Say

9704914197 | benjamin.say@colostate.edu