CS 112 Computation for the Sciences

An introduction to computer programming that provides the tools necessary for students to use computers effectively in scientific work, including physical sciences, biological sciences, medicine, mathematics, psychology, and economics. Students learn to write software to solve problems, visualize and analyze data, perform computer simulations, and implement and test computational models that arise in a wide range of scientific disciplines. The course introduces MATLAB, an extensive and widely used technical computing environment with advanced graphics, visualization, and analysis tools, and a rich high-level programming language. Students are required to attend an additional two-hour laboratory section each week.

Notes

Does not fulfill the laboratory requirement.

Instructor

Hildreth

Prerequisites

None. No prior background with computers is expected.

Unit(s)

1.0

Semesters Offered

Not Offered

Degree Requirements

MM
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