CS 190C: Introduction to Computational Thinking

Spring 2009; 3 credits. Lectures MW 11:30-12:20, 2-hour labs on Friday.

Computer Science has become indispensable to scientific inquiry and is permeating science in a transformative manner. The course introduces science majors to computational thinking via basic programming concepts, data and data management concepts, simulation, and visual interaction. The course will use Python and various Python libraries including VPython, NumPy, and NetworkX.

Taught by faculty in Computer Science, with guest lectures from other science faculty. No prior programming experience is expected. Calculus background is required.

 
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