|Course Title||COMPUTERS AND SOCIETY|
|Full Title||Computers and Society|
|Description||Impact of computers and computing technology on society: applications, benefits, and risks. Topics include privacy, copyright, computer crime, constitutional issues, risks of computer failures, evaluating reliability of computer models, computers in the workplace, trade and communications in the global village. Not open to computer science majors or to students with credit in Computer Science 440.|
|Prerequisite||Completion of the General Education requirement in Foundations of Learning II.A., Natural Sciences and Quantitative Reasoning.|
Not open to computer majors (07011), or students with credit in CS 440.
Instructor will mail instructions and syllabus to students the week before classes begin.
Distance Education course. All class meetings and activities take place online. Take READINESS SURVEY To see if this course format is right for you.
Class instruction includes use of computers.
The following major is not allowed: