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.

This course meets the All-University Core Curriculum (AUCC) requirements for Arts/Humanities (Category 3B) and is approved under gtPathways in the content area of Ways of Thinking (GT-AH3).


Albert Lionelle

(970) 491-6765 | albert.lionelle@colostate.edu

Albert Lionelle has over 10 years of experience in Computer Science and education. A certified life coach, he helped develop an alternative high school from the ground up as their principal, while running an online business and the oldest sustainable agriculture company in the world. His passion is for delivering education in a variety of forms for all ages, and he recently returned to Colorado State University to take the position of Director of Undergraduate Advising and Education.

Albert is an alumnus of Colorado State University earning his Bachelor’s of Science in Computer Science in 2002, and his Master’s of Science in Computer Science from CSU in 2005. He has publications in both computer vision and computer science education.

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