Fall 2022 Course Descriptions

CS 201-01 Cyber for Future Policymakers

D. Lillethun
MWF 10:30-11:45, Joyce Cummings Center 280
E+ Block

Relevance of computer technologies to policy development. Internet architecture and basic networking, the Web, cloud architectures, cryptography, security and privacy, AI and machine learning, and open-source systems. Developing technologies, including quantum computing and post-quantum cryptography. A recitation and graduate-level assignments are required. Four credit hours. Prerequisites: Graduate standing in a discipline other than Computer Science, Data Science, Bioinformatics, Cognitive Science, or Human-Robot Interaction.

Prerequisite: Recommendations: COMP 10 or COMP 11.

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