Undergraduate Course Information
Below are links to course lists and schedules for students enrolled in CIS undergraduate degree programs. For current listings of courses offered at Penn, and to register for classes after you have met with your advisor, log in to Path@Penn. Please note that Path@Penn is the only way to access course information that is verified as accurate by the University Registrar’s Office.
For important dates such as the first day of classes, Drop/Add, Reading Days, Final Examinations, and breaks, please see the University Academic Calendar.
CIS Undergraduate Courses
- Advising Information (registration, etc.)
- CIS Course Descriptions
CIS 4980/ EAS 4990 Rules and Principles:
These instructions for CIS 4980/EAS 4990 are a modification of the original guidelines created by Professor Max Mintz.
Senior Thesis Examples:
GPT: Origin, Theory, Application, and Future – Tianzheng Troy Wang
From Aware to Fair: Tackling Bias in A.I. – Anthony Kupecz
Chatbot: Design, Architecture and Applications – Xufei Huang
Algorithmic Fairness in a Technology-Based World – Rafael Promowicz
Gender Bias in Neural Machine Translation – Yuxin Liao
In this Section:
All current course information at Penn, including descriptions, instructors, and provided syllabi, is accessible by PennKey using Path@Penn.
Students, faculty and staff can log in to search for a particular course by subject code and number (Ex: CIS1000), or by keyword and or/instructor. Path@Penn is the only way to access course information that is verified as accurate by the University.