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ARCHIVED 2022-23 Undergraduate Catalog 
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CMP 495 - Computing Seminar (1)

Prerequisites: Information Science and Technology student with junior or senior standing and permission.
A research or experiential project developed under the guidance of a department faculty member to culminate a student’s study of information computing. Completion of the project, including a written and oral presentation, demonstrates the skills expected of a Doane computing student, including (1) a solid understanding of computing concepts; (2) the confidence and skills to work with existing and emerging computing technology; (3) efficiently research and learn an unknown topic to solve an unknown problem; and (4) professional behavior including the confidence and skills to thrive as productive citizens in the digital age, consistently practicing effective communications skills, incorporating ethical reasoning in the decision making process, utilizing best practices in security, and engaging in professional and career development. This course may be taken three times. In the first semester, students will plan their project; in the second, they will complete their project; and in the third, they will document the project and present their results.