CSCI 2750 - Computing, Ethics and Society uri icon



  • Satisfies the ethics requirement for computer science BA and BS majors. This course is intended to provide students with perspectives which help them deal with ethical and societal implications in their careers as computing professionals. Examines ethical ramifications of current and future computing systems and technologies and reflects upon the broad implications of computing upon our society. Student work consists of reading, participation in class discussions and presentations, essays, and a final project. Students from outside computer science also are welcome. Necessary background is basic familiarity with computing. Does not count as Computer Science elective credit for the Computer Science BA, BS, or minor. Recommended restriction: Sophomore standing or beyond, and a basic familiarity with computing.