Taking computer science courses opens the door for you to careers that
As a DES-CS student, you will take two regular computer science courses and two half-credit seminar courses in the one year program. These courses focus on
In the fall you will take the introductory computer science course CompSci 6 (Introduction to Computer Science) and the associated CompSci 18S (Problem Solving Seminar). In the spring you will take CompSci 100 (Design and Analysis II) and the associated CompSci 18S. The two half credit CompSci 18S courses will count for your one credit required first-year seminar course.
This program assumes no prior programming experience.
The DES-CS program is for those students who have had little or no
programming experience. If you have already taken a programming course,
check with the
computer science placement information for the
right course for you ( Note this page has not been updated,
CompSci 6 now has no prerequisites and no prior programming experience.)
|This program was initially sponsored by the National Science Foundation.|