CMSI 3920 Human Contexts and Computer Ethics

4 semester hours

Examination of human contexts within computer science and specific technical skills that help facilitate ethical practice, with an emphasis on learning how to situate and confront social-technical issues at play in personal-professional development, interpersonal relationships, community relations, and global citizenship. Topics include: privacy-first software development and data stewardship; data literacy and quantification of complex social issues; value judgments and consequences; the role and responsibility of computer scientists.

Prerequisite: CMSI 1010  

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