Computational Thinking across Disciplines
Hours per week:
- Lecture/Discussion: 2
- Lab: 2
Computational Thinking across Disciplines is an introduction to computational thinking as a way of thinking across a variety of disciplines. The course is designed to develop and enhance problem-solving skills and computer coding abilities at a variety of levels, while addressing issues that are directly of interest to the learner and individual areas of study. The course is a combination of online learning modules and face to face lab experiences.
Additional Course Information
- At least 5.0 credits at the 100 level.
- Faculty of Education