|Section Number||CRN||Meeting Time||Location|
|CS490-1||CRN 81124||Meet as scheduled for CS101 section or Open Lab||Meets in CS101 section or Open Lab location|
|CS490-2||CRN 81937||Meet as scheduled for CS101 section or Open Lab||Meets in CS101 section or Open Lab location|
If you are unsatisfied with the response from your instructor, you may contact the Course Coordinator for assistance.
|Name:||Brian M. Powell, PhD|
|Office:||205 Armstrong Hall (Morgantown, Downtown Campus)|
|Office Hours:||Please e-mail to arrange an appointment.|
Computer Science 490 is designed to teach students how they can assist others in learning Computer Science-related course material by assisting in course lectures and Open Lab environments. The course also serves to reinforce the skills taught in Computer Science 101.
Proctors must have completed Computer Science 101 or have equivalent skills as determined by the Course Coordinator. Enrollment is by permission of the Course Coordinator.
Proctors are expected to be familiar with the material taught in Computer Science 101.
This course does not meet any GEC Objectives or GEF Foundations.
After completing Computer Science 490, students will be able to:
|Number||Course Learning Objective||Learning Activities
& Informal Assessments
|C01||Demonstrate how to use spreadsheet, database, word processing, and presentation applications to display data, conduct analysis, and explore what-if sceanrios.||
No formal assessments
Computer Science 490 is organized into a single semester-long unit. There are no formal structured learning activities, informal assessments, or formal assessments.