Computer Science Program
Course Description

CS 232
The Interdisciplinary Computer Science Research Process
Fall

This course teaches the research process in the Interdisciplinary Computer Science Program at Mills College. The students will learn to find research topics, critically read research papers, and write and communicate research results effectively. Other topics include intellectual property, publishing, funding, performance evaluation, and statistical techniques. During the course, students will work toward their research thesis proposal or their final thesis write-up.

Course Credit:
4

Instructor(s):
Almudena Konrad

Prerequisite:
CS 064

Note(s):
Course is intended primarily for graduate students in the first year of the ICS Program.
Open to graduate students only.

  ICS Program Brochure

About the Program

Requirements

ยป Course List

Course Schedule

Graduate Catalog

Academic Calendar

Library

ICS Thesis Guidelines

Summer Internships

Talks and Workshops

Tours

Contact Information
P: 510.430.3309
E: grad-admission@mills.edu

If you have a specific question for a faculty member, please contact ics@mills.edu or call 510.430.2226.


Last Updated: 8/25/17