CSI 11 - Computer Science for Everyone 4 hours 3 credits

This course presents an introduction to computer science (CS) with an emphasis on problem-solving and computational and algorithmic thinking through “coding”. It aims to present computers as a tool for modeling and solving real-world problems. It will offer an introduction to programming, and students will be exposed to more advanced topics selected from the following partial list: artificial intelligence, robotics, cybersecurity, data science, networking, and neuroscience, conferring an advantage for students considering a CS major. Students majoring in any other discipline will learn how computers can be used to help solve problems in one’s area of expertise.

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Prerequisite: MTH 5 or CUNY Elementary Algebra Proficiency, and ENG 2 and RDL 2, if required.

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