March 17, 2021

Dr. Brock Craft
Spring 2021, M/W 3:00-4:50 (4cr)
SLN: 21490

This course combines critical reflection and discussion of Data Science issues and implications with hands-on programming and analysis using real data. Data science literacy is increasingly important for anyone who wishes to participate in society and understand the implications of big data and machine learning technologies on economic, political, and social structures—and on their own daily lives. This course will develop your understanding of the way these technologies work and what they are used for, as well as their contexts, consequences, and limitations.

Prerequisite: either CSE 142, CSE 143, CSE 160, or CSE 163.

Open to all undergraduates.

Contributes toward the UW Undergraduate Data Science Minor.

For add code, contact Alex Llapitan:

*Currently this is listed as HCDE 498, but transcripts will be updated to the correct course code and name.