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Class Number | Class | Meeting Time | Instructor | Room | Unreserved Enrollment | Reserved Enrollment | Total Enrollment | Wait List |
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2332 | COMP 110 - 001 Introduction to Programming and Data Science | MoTuWeThFr 9:45AM - 11:15AM | Alyssa Byrnes | F Brooks - Sitterson - Rm F007 | Seats filled | Seats filled | 40/40 | 6/999 |

Description: Prerequisite, A C or better in one of the following courses: MATH 130, 152, 210, 231, 129P, or PHIL 155, or STOR 120, 151, 155. Introduces students to programming and data science from a computational perspective. With an emphasis on modern applications in society, students gain experience with problem decomposition, algorithms for data analysis, abstraction design, and ethics in computing. No prior programming experience expected. Foundational concepts include data types, sequences, boolean logic, control flow, functions/methods, recursion, classes/objects, input/output, data organization, transformations, and visualizations. Students may not enroll in COMP 110 after receiving credit for COMP 210. 3 units. | ||||||||

1629 | COMP 116 - 001 Introduction to Scientific Programming | MoTuWeThFr 11:30AM - 1:00PM | Brent Munsell | Sitterson Hall (inc-Rm SN115 | 14/25 | Seats filled | 14/25 | 0/999 |

Description: Prerequisite, MATH 231 or 241; a grade of C or better is required. An introduction to programming for computationally oriented scientists. Fundamental programming skills, typically using MATLAB or Python. Problem analysis and algorithm design with examples drawn from simple numerical and discrete problems. 3 units. | ||||||||

2198 | COMP 210 - 001 Data Structures and Analysis | MoTuWeThFr 8:00AM - 9:30AM | Kaki Ryan | F Brooks - Sitterson - Rm F007 | 16/40 | Seats filled | 16/40 | 0/999 |

Description: Prerequisites, COMP 110 and MATH 231; a grade of C or better is required in both prerequisite courses ; Pre- or corequisite, COMP 283 or MATH 381. This course will teach you how to organize the data used in computer programs so that manipulation of that data can be done efficiently on large problems and large data instances. Rather than learning to use the data structures found in the libraries of programming languages, you will be learning how those libraries are constructed, and why the items that are included in them are there (and why some are excluded). 3 units. | ||||||||

1630 | COMP 283 - 001 Discrete Structures | MoTuWeThFr 11:30AM - 1:00PM | Md Taksir Hasan Majumder | F Brooks - Sitterson - Rm F007 | 8/40 | Seats filled | 8/40 | 0/999 |

Description: Prerequisite, MATH 231 or MATH 241; a grade of C or better is required. Introduces discrete structures (sets, tuples, relations, functions, graphs, trees) and the formal mathematics (logic, proof, induction) used to establish their properties and those of algorithms that work with them. Develops problem-solving skills through puzzles and applications central to computer science. 3 units. | ||||||||

2568 | COMP 301 - 001 Foundations of Programming | MoTuWeThFr 9:45AM - 11:15AM | Mason Laney | Sitterson Hall (inc-Rm FB009 | 13/30 | Seats filled | 13/30 | 0/999 |

Description: Prerequisites, COMP 210; COMP 283 or MATH 381; a grade of C or better is required in both prerequisite courses. Students will learn how to reason about how their code is structured, identify whether a given structure is effective in a given context, and look at ways of organizing units of code that support larger programs. In a nutshell, the primary goal of the course is to equip students with tools and techniques that will help them not only in later courses in the major but also in their careers afterwards. 3 units. | ||||||||

2199 | COMP 550 - 001 Algorithms and Analysis | MoTuWeTh 3:00PM - 5:00PM | Kevin Sun | F Brooks - Sitterson - Rm F009 | 29/30 | Seats filled | 29/30 | 0/999 |

Description: Prerequisites, COMP 211 and 301; or COMP 410; a grade of C or better is required in all prerequisite courses. Formal specification and verification of programs. Techniques of algorithm analysis. Problem-solving paradigms. Survey of selected algorithms. 3 units. |