Laurie Joy Anderson
Examines current topics and issues associated with computing and software systems.
Description: Whether you're enrolled in CSS565 now, beginning to write your thesis, or struggling with another masters level writing intensive course, this class is designed to help you succeed with the writing expectations traditionally covered in undergraduate writing courses. In your masterís degree, you are expected to understand methods of organizing information; declare and cite all sources properly; identify, refer to, and discuss figures and tables; work with peers in review of their and your work; communicate your ideas verbally, in presentations, and written works; and much more. Therefore, this credit/no credit course meets once a week to cover these topics in detail while helping you with any questions or expectations you donít understand from your writing classes.
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