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CS 390: Research and Project Design Principles in Computing

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This course introduces students to the research and project design process within the computing field. Students will learn about the tools of the trade, work through design principles beginning with the articulation of a question, reviewing methods of exploration, gathering evidence, communicating results, and assessing and evaluating research or project outcomes.

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Limited to 2 Attempts


This course introduces students to the research and project design process within the computing field. Students will learn about the tools of the trade, work through design principles beginning with the articulation of a question, reviewing methods of exploration, gathering evidence, communicating results, and assessing and evaluating research or project outcomes.

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

C or better in CS 262; CS 310 and CS 321 highly recommended.

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