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CS 300: The Computing Professional

CS 300: The Computing Professional —An examination of the profession of computing from historical and ethical perspectives. Overview of the history of computing, from the earliest computational devices and theoretical foundations to modern developments. Discussion of the social impact of computing on society and the ethical implications for computing professionals, including analysis of case studies.

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