Computing Concepts

Instructor: Rob Domanski
Offered by CSI
Tuesdays 5:00-7:40pm
Macaulay Honors College, Classroom TBA

Students who take Computing Concepts at Macaulay will gain programming skills and learn how computer programs solve all sorts of problems. A course with no prerequisites of knowledge of computer science or calculus, Computing Concepts will give students an understanding of the origins and range of current uses of computing. This course will provide an introduction to structured programming using the Python language. We will examine how computer programs can be used to solve fun and challenging problems in the sciences, mathematics, and engineering. Students will use their new programming skills to create individual or group projects linked to an area of personal interest, such as health and technology, digital humanities, social networking, stock market analysis, robotics, and more.

Course Codes:

CSC 140/141 | CRN: TBA


Interested in this course? Please contact your advisor.