CIS*2050 Computers and Society S (3-0) [0.50]
Students in this course will investigate and study the social impacts of computing technology. The course will provide a brief introduction to ethics and the history of computing and the Internet. Additional content will focus on areas in which computers and information technology are having an impact on individuals and society including privacy, safety, freedom of speech, intellectual property, work, distribution of wealth, and the environment. This course is intended for students in any discipline.
Offering(s): Last offering - Summer 2019 Offered through Distance Education format only.
Restriction(s): CIS*3000 This course may not be taken for credit by students in the BCOMP:SENG majors.
Department(s): School of Computer Science