In today's world, it has become increasingly important for researchers in almost every field to be computer and programming literate. Whether you know a little bit about programming and are eager to learn more or you've never programmed before, don't worry, we're here to help. CSCI 0931 is an introductory computer science course specifically developed for concentrators in the humanities and social sciences. Because of this, we'll be focusing on real world applications rather than computer science theory. There are no prerequisites, though some experience with Excel will help. Students from all fields are welcome.
Hello! This is the Message of the Day. The first class will be held in the CIT (Thomas J. Watson Sr. Center for Information Technology) room 167. It's on the first floor and if you come in the front doors it will be to the far right of the building. Hope to see you there!