COMP 004 : Computers and Society

Computers and Society is an introductory course in computer science.  Course activities include lectures, laboratory sessions, and discussions.  Lecture material will cover vocabulary, applications, implications, communications and networks, history, and the future directions of computers.  Assigned reading will be on the computer's impact on numerous aspects of society.  Current events and popular computer topics such as the digital divide, privacy, identity theft and viruses will be presented.  Students will explore and discuss how these and other topics affect their lives specifically and society overall.

Overview

Program

Comprehensive Sciences

Credits

3