Sections: SocialContext:Comput (Summer Session I 2019 CMSC-220-WEB)

COMPUTER SCIENCE 220-WEB SocialContext:Comput
This course examines the role of computers and computing professionals in contemporary society. Topics include the history and development of computing, legal issues associated with computing (including the right to privacy, intellectual property rights, and liability), and social/moral issues associated with computing. This course is offered in alternating May Terms. Prerequisite: sophomore standing. (ETHICS,INFOLIT)

Section Name: CMSC-220-WEB
Departments: COMPUTER SCIENCE
Prerequisites:
Academic Level: Undergraduate
Course Type:
ETHICS, INFOLIT

Credits: 4
CEUs:
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