The Computer and Information Sciences Department is looking to hire adjuncts to cover the following courses. Candidates should have at least a M.S. in Computer Science, ECE or a
related field. Please share this information with prospective students and have them contact me directly.
Digital Literacy: Entry Level course for non-STEM majors that focuses on various applications, website development, and includes a Python module
Introductory Programming: This course introduces, computational and algorithmic skills, using Python
Data Structures: This course teaches students advanced language features such as recursion, linear and non-linear data structures, generic/template data structures, program correctness, internal search/sort methods,
and intermediate algorithm analysis. In addition, students are introduced to the theoretical foundations of computer science with emphasis on topics such as finite state machines, formal languages, and combinatorics. C++ is introduced.
Computer Organization: This course provides an explanation of the basic workings of a computer, from the stored-program concept and the representation of code and data to the
fetch-execute cycle and the design of the datapath hardware. It covers assembly language programming and the Instruction Set Architecture and introduces certain operating system concepts. It introduces the design of combinational and sequential logic gates
and the internal operation of modern computer hardware.
Raquel Hill, PhD
Professor and Chair, Computer and Information Sciences
350 Spelman Lane, S.W.
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