- C or higher in CS 1428: Foundations of Computer Science I
- C or higher in COMM 1310
- C or higher in ENG 1310
- C or higher in PHIL 1305 or PHIL 1320
|1.||Make students aware of the ethical codes of the various professional organizations and alternative viewpoints.|
|Stimulate critical discussion of the codes and the principles behind them.|
|Give the students a comparative overview of about six bases for ethical decision making, both classical and alternative.|
|Present the rudiments of legal language as applied to computer workers, basic legal obligations and responsibilities, and show how to obtain reliable information using Internet resources.|
|Instill in students the notion of their accountability to their profession as well as to society at large.|
Effective Fall 2010, CS 2315 became a writing intensive course.
Lecture/Lab Hours: 3 hours lecture, 0 hours lab
Offered: Typically every long semester.