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Renaissance Computing

An Initiative for Promoting Student Participation in Computing

Renaissance Computing Courses and Other Related Courses ...

FALL 2009

  • CSCE150M Introduction to Computer Programming in Matlab ("CS1-Engineering"), Instructors: Dr. Rich Sincovec and Dr. Usha Chandra
  • RAIK183H Computer Problem Solving Essentials ("CS1-Business"), Instructor: Dr. Leen-Kiat Soh
  • Fall 2009: RAIK183H Computer Problem Solving Essentials ("CS1-Business"), Instructor: Dr. Leen-Kiat Soh
  • Fall 2009: CSCE101 Fundamentals of Computing ("CS0"), Instructor: Dr. Witawas Srisa-an

Spring 2010

  • CSCE150M Introduction to Computer Programming in Matlab ("CS1-Engineering"), Instructor: Dr. Chuck Riedesel
  • CSCE155 Introduction to Computer Science I ("CS1-Regular"), Instructor: Jeremy Suing
  • CSCE101 Fundamentals of Computing ("CS0"), Instructor: Dr. Steve Reichenbach

Fall 2010

  • CSCE150A Introduction to Computer Programming in C ("CS1-Engineering"), Instructor: Dr. Chuck Riedesel
  • CSCE150M Introduction to Computer Programming in Matlab ("CS1-Engineering"), Instructors: Dr. Byrav Ramamurthy and Dr. Usha Chandra
  • CSCE155 Introduction to Computer Science I ("CS1-Regular"), Instructor: Dr. Ashok Samal
  • RAIK183H Computer Problem Solving Essentials ("CS1-Business"), Instructor: Dr. Leen-Kiat Soh
  • CSCE101 Fundamentals of Computing ("CS0"), Instructor: Dr. Steve Reichenbach

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  • CSCE150M will become CSCE155N, and will continue to be offered. (please see Introductory Courses for more details on this course)
  • CSCE150A will become CSCE155E, and will continue to be offered. (please see Introductory Courses for more details on this course)
  • A new course CSCE155T will be offered in Spring 2011 (please see Introductory Courses for more details on this course).
  • CSCE155 will becomse CSCE155A, and will continue to be offered every semester.
  • CSCE101 will continue to be offered every semester.
  • RAIK183H will continue to be offered every Fall semester, for the Jeffrey S. Raikes School of Computer Science and Management. This course has been in place for several years prior to the Renaissance Computing project. Though it is not technically a product of Renaissance Computing, it captures the spirit of Renaissance Computing with its emphasis of applications in finance and accounting.




The Renaissance Computing Project is funded by the NSF.