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BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING (E62)  (Dept. Info)Prev NextEngineering and Applied Science  (Policies)SU2021
 
COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING (E81)  (Dept. Info)Prev NextEngineering and Applied Science  (Policies)SU2021

E81 CSE 131Introduction to Computer Science3.0 Units
Description:The summer edition of CSE 131 is identical in content to the material covered during a fall or spring semester. An important difference is that this course can easily be taken remotely: the lecture material has been captured and professionally produced to create short segments interleaved with simple exercises to reinforce the concepts that are presented. During fall and spring, students work collaboratively in lab and studio sessions, proctored by a TA. In this summer offering, students will collaborate with each other and TAs using an online video chat room. Quizzes given during the summer session will prepare students for the final exam to be administered on the Danforth Campus on 9/3/19 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

This course has been named by students as one of the top-5 not-to-be-missed courses. Approximately 800 students are taking this course per year, and its popularity continues to increase steadily. If you have questions please contact Ron Cytron (cytron@wustl.edu).

An introduction to software concepts and implementation, emphasizing problem solving through abstraction and decomposition. Introduces processes and algorithms, procedural abstraction, data abstraction, encapsulation, and object-oriented programming. Recursion, iteration, and simple data structures are covered. Concepts and skills are mastered through programming projects, many of which employ graphics to enhance conceptual understanding. Java, an object-oriented programming language, is the vehicle of exploration.

Prerequisites: Comfort with algebra and geometry at the high school level is assumed. Patience, good planning, and organization will promote success. This course assumes no prior experience with programming.

Attributes:BUSCIENTU 3.00
Instruction Type:Online Course Grade Options:CP Fees:
Course Type:HomeSame As:E81 501NFrequency:Every Semester / History
SecDays       TimeBuilding / RoomInstructorFinal ExamSeatsEnrollWaits
01TBATBAShookSee Department60130
Desc:*Online only*
SUM-5Start: 5/24/2021   End: 8/19/2021
Actions:BooksSyllabus
Syllabi are provided to students to support their course planning; refer to the syllabus for constraints on use.

E81 CSE 501NIntroduction to Computer Science3.0 Units
Description:The summer edition of CSE 131 is identical in content to the material covered during a fall or spring semester. An important difference is that this course can easily be taken remotely: the lecture material has been captured and professionally produced to create short segments interleaved with simple exercises to reinforce the concepts that are presented. During fall and spring, students work collaboratively in lab and studio sessions, proctored by a TA. In this summer offering, students will collaborate with each other and TAs using an online video chat room. Quizzes given during the summer session will prepare students for the final exam to be administered on the Danforth Campus on 9/3/19 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

This course has been named by students as one of the top-5 not-to-be-missed courses. Approximately 800 students are taking this course per year, and its popularity continues to increase steadily. If you have questions please contact Ron Cytron (cytron@wustl.edu).

An introduction to software concepts and implementation, emphasizing problem solving through abstraction and decomposition. Introduces processes and algorithms, procedural abstraction, data abstraction, encapsulation, and object-oriented programming. Recursion, iteration, and simple data structures are covered. Concepts and skills are mastered through programming projects, many of which employ graphics to enhance conceptual understanding. Java, an object-oriented programming language, is the vehicle of exploration.

Prerequisites: Comfort with algebra and geometry at the high school level is assumed. Patience, good planning, and organization will promote success. This course assumes no prior experience with programming.

Attributes:BUSCIENTU 3.00
Instruction Type:Online Course Grade Options:CP Fees:
Course Type:IdentSame As:E81 131Frequency:Every Semester / History
SecDays       TimeBuilding / RoomInstructorFinal ExamSeatsEnrollWaits
01TBATBAShookSee Department60130
Desc:*Online only*
SUM-5Start: 5/24/2021   End: 8/19/2021
Actions:Books
 
ENERGY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND CHEMICAL ENGR (E44)  (Dept. Info)Prev NextEngineering and Applied Science  (Policies)SU2021

E44 EECE 500Independent StudyVar. Units (max = 9.0)
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GENERAL ENGINEERING (E60)  (Dept. Info)Prev NextEngineering and Applied Science  (Policies)SU2021

E60 Engr 310Technical Writing3.0 Units
SecDays       TimeBuilding / RoomInstructorFinal ExamSeatsEnrollWaits
01----F--12:00P-1:00P(None) / DahlheimerNo Final10130
SUM-5Start: 5/24/2021   End: 6/25/2021
Actions:BooksSyllabus
Syllabi are provided to students to support their course planning; refer to the syllabus for constraints on use.
02----F--12:00P-1:00P(None) / DahlheimerNo Final1260
SUM-5Start: 6/28/2021   End: 7/30/2021
Actions:BooksSyllabus
Syllabi are provided to students to support their course planning; refer to the syllabus for constraints on use.
03----F--11:00A-12:00P(None) / DahlheimerNo Final1010
Actions:BooksSyllabus
Syllabi are provided to students to support their course planning; refer to the syllabus for constraints on use.
 
ELECTRICAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING (E35)  (Dept. Info)Prev NextEngineering and Applied Science  (Policies)SU2021
 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING & MATERIALS SCIENCE (E37)  (Dept. Info)Prev NextEngineering and Applied Science  (Policies)SU2021
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