Harvard Extension School Distance Education Program (CSCI E-2)
By 'Bits' - Computer Science course CSCI E-2
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What are the consequences for society as computers and communications dominate what we do and how we do it? Bits, a Harvard University computer science course, addresses this question. Taught by Harry R. Lewis, PhD, Harvard College Professor and Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science, Harvard University and Hal Abelson, PhD, Class of 1922 Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the course is offered online this spring as CSCI E-2 by the Harvard Extension School's Distance Education Program. The Harvard Extension School is a reasonably priced, open enrollment program and 39 of its courses are available online this spring. Please visit the Extension School website for more information.
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