About the minicourses
There are a variety of half-credit minicourses offered every semester.
All minicourses share the same lecture time slot. The common lecture is broad and cross-cutting and meets on Wednesdays at 6pm (location: Towne 100).
Recitations - Spring 2018
The material specific to each minicourse in covered in the recitation. The current list (along with meeting times and locations) is below:
|Course Number||Recitation Instructor||Meeting Times||Location|
|CIS 192 - Python Programming||Harry Smith||R 12-1.30pm||Towne 309|
|CIS 195-201 - iPhone App Development||Akash Subramanian and Wai Wu||M 3-4.30pm||Towne 303|
|CIS 195-202 - Android App Development||Jason Tang||R 4.30-6pm||Towne 303|
|CIS 196 - Ruby on Rails Web Development||Jaqueline Askins||W 12-1.30pm||Towne 309|
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I take more than one minicourse in the same semester?
Yes! Please fill out the time conflict petition form (for the shared lecture) and have the course instructor (Swapneel or Joe) sign it.
The minicourse I'm interested in is full - is there a waitlist?
The waitlist policy may vary across the various minicourses. Please go to the first recitation and contact the recitation instructor for details.
Will there be recitations during the first week of classes?
Yes - depending on the lecture/recitation scheduling, some recitation sections may start before the first lecture.
Which section of CIS 195 should I take?
Starting in Spring 2017, there are now two sections of CIS 195. Section 201 is for iOS programming, and section 202 for Android. Please be sure to register for the correct section, as the course content is very different.
When will courses for next semester be listed?
Courses for Fall are typically listed over the summer and courses for Spring are listed in early December.