CS 430 Computer Science Undergraduate Thesis I 3 Cr.
The computer science undergraduate thesis is a two-semester course sequence normally taken in the Senior year. The course introduces students to the breadth of tasks involved in independent research, including library work, problem formulation, experimentation, and writing and speaking. Based on the subject matter mastered during previous coursework, students (individually or in a group) identify a current topic to study in depth. Students produce an original research paper. This course represents the first semester of a student’s work towards such a project. Prerequisites: Junior standing or higher, Computer Science major. (Fall).
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Professors Michael Battig, Mich Kabay and Huw Read; Associate Professors Matthew Bovee, Jeremy Hansen, and Charles Snow; Assistant Professor Ahmed Abdeen Hamed; Lecturer Kris Rowley.