CSE 190E -- Computer Science Principles.
Computer Science Principles is a new course under development that seeks to broaden participation in computing and computer science. Development is being led by a team of computer science educators organized by the College Board and the National Science Foundation.
Introduces fundamental concepts of computer science and computational thinking. Includes logical reasoning, problem solving, data representation, abstraction, the creation of “digital artifacts” such as Web pages and programs, managing complexity, operation of computers and networks, effective Web searching, ethical, legal and social aspects of information technology.
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Student learning goals
General method of instruction
Class assignments and grading
(Tentative) Homework 30% Projects (2) 20% Midterm Exam 15% Final Exam 25% Classroom participation/discussion 10%