CSE100: Fluency in Information Technology

Description: Introduces skills, concepts, and capabilities necessary to effectively use information technology. Includes logical reasoning, managing complexity, operation of computers and networks, and contemporary applications such as effective Web searching and database manipulation, ethical aspects, and social impacts of information technology. Not available for credit to students who have completed CSE 142 or ENGR 142.

Offered: jointly with INFO 100.
Prerequisites: none
Credits: 5

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