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. For Fall 2022, the common lecture will be on Tuesday evenings from 5.15-6.15pm, in Towne 100.
The common lecture videos from Spring 2021 are also hosted on Google Drive for your reference.
Recitations - Fall 2022
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 1880 - DevOps||Rohan Gupta & Campbell Phalen||Thursday 3.30-5.00pm||Towne 327|
|CIS 1900 - C++ Programming||Paul He||Monday 3.30-5.00pm||3401 Walnut 401B|
|CIS 1930 - Go Programming||Hanbang Wang||Tuesday 3.30-5.00pm||3401 Walnut 401B|
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I take more than one minicourse in the same semester?
The common lecture time will trigger a time conflict if you want to take multiple minicourses. Please reach out to email@example.com and we can help get you registered.
Can I take more than a minicourse that has a time conflict with another course?
For this semester, if a minicourse is triggering a time conflict with another course, that time conflict cannot be overriden. The one exception is with Senior Design; you can fill out the time conflict form, get the Senior Design instructor and one of the minicourse instructors (Swapneel or Joe) to sign it, and then submit the form to RAS.
The minicourse I'm interested in is full - is there a waitlist?
Most minicourses use the CIS waitlist system. This may, however, 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.
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.