Computational Thinking

Introduction to the encoding of information as data and the automation of quantitative reasoning with computer programs. This course covers the basics of the Python programming language with examples drawn from many fields (e.g. chemistry, biology, linguistics, art, music). This is the first course for those interested in computer science. Meets the Critical Perspectives: Quantitative Reasoning requirement. Meets the Critical Learning: FRL requirement.

Degree requirement — Critical Learning: FRL, Critical Perspectives: Q

1 unit — Scott

Offerings

Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Fall 2021 Block 1 Computational Thinking Dan Ellsworth Tutt Science Building 213 32 / 2 05/26/2022
Fall 2021 Block 4 Computational Thinking Richard Wellman Tutt Science Building 213 25 / 2 05/26/2022
Spring 2022 Block 7 Computational Thinking Richard Wellman Tutt Science Building 213 25 / -4 05/26/2022
Summer 2022 Block A Computational Thinking Cory B Scott Tutt Science Building 213 25 / 2 05/26/2022
Fall 2022 Block 3 Computational Thinking Cory B Scott TBA 25 / 10 05/26/2022
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