CSCI 486 Social Implications of Computing

Exploring the social, moral, ethical, and legal ramifications of computing power on both today's society and the individuals in this society. We will assess many of the positive and negative effects on individuals and society, and learn to think critically about current and future uses of computers. Prerequisites: Junior Standing and ENGL 120 - College Composition II or ENGL 121H - Honors Composition II. This course is part of the university's Writing Across the Curriculum/Writing in the Disciplines program. Spring.