Computing, Ethics, and Society

Introduction to social and ethical issues relating to computer science and information technology. Topics include privacy, intellectual property, open source software, the digital divide, globalization, professional ethics, social justice issues, and current events. Students should have a working knowledge of personal computing.

This course will be taught 95% or more online. The course content is delivered fully online; students will utilize the features of eLC and other tools to access a variety of experiences involving text and multimedia presentations of content. Intensive practice, online discussion, and expert support. Proctored exams will also be offered through a combination of online and in-person proctored sessions, which may have proctoring fees associated with them.

Not offered on a regular basis.

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Credit Hours:
3
Prerequisites:
ENGL 1050H or ENGL 1102 or ENGL 1102E
Duplicate Credit:
Not open to students with credit in CSCI 3030 or CSCI 3030H
Level: