CSC* E299 - Independent Study in Computer Science (3-4 credits)
Code(s): BUS, COMP
Prerequisite(s): Permission of the instructor
Students will have an opportunity to pursue with greater depth a subject area of particular individual interest. All independent projects must be arranged in the semester prior to registration with advanced departmental approval and with the supervision of a full-time CS/CIS faculty member.
Description of the project must be approved by the Business Department, the instructor, and the Academic Dean the semester before taking the course.
The project must be of an advanced nature and cannot duplicate an existing Housatonic course.
The project must be in the computing field: Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Information Technology, or a closely related interdisciplinary field.
Outstanding students may choose to study a particular topic or set of topics independent of regularly scheduled classes under the supervision of a full-time CS/CIS faculty member. The faculty member determines if the student is qualified to undertake the project and provides guidance to the student.
Course Outline: CSC 299
All independent projects must be arranged in the semester prior to registration, with advance departmental approval and with the supervision of a full-time CS/CIS faculty member.
To register for an Independent Study course: before the beginning of the semester in which the Independent Study course is to be taken, an Independent Study form including a written outline must be submitted by the student and approved in writing by the CS/CIS faculty member supervising the project, the Department Chair, and the Academic Dean. Full tuition and fees are charged for Independent Study courses.