1 Cr. (Hrs.:1 Lec.)
Investigations in the Computer Science and Software Engineering fields. Students will report on their internship experience, present their senior design projects, and/or present their undergraduate research. Faculty and guest speakers will discuss current issues in computer science and software engineering. Students will take an exam covering their computer-related course work. Students will demonstrate their ability to apply a computer-related code of ethics (ACM, IEEE, or SE). This is a required seminar for computer science and software engineering seniors. Prerequisite: Senior standing or Consent of Instructor. (2nd)
Course generally offered spring (2nd) semester.
R1. Students will demonstrate their ability to apply a computer-related code of ethics (ACM, IEEE, or SE). (CAC-e; EAC-f)
R2. Students made one 35 to 40 minute technical presentation on a topic related to their internship, senior design project, undergraduate research project, or area of personal interest. (CAC-f; EAC-g)
R3. Students attended seminars by faculty members concerning the need for professional development, historical perspectives, and societal issues relating to computer technology. (CAC-h; EAC-i, j)