Disclaimer: The percentages listed below are calculated based on the grading information and assignment sections of publicly available syllabi. The information provided is an approximation on the types of assignments within each individual class and is not meant as an absolute interpretation of all the inherent activities in said class(es).

CS 1000 - Practical Computing

Writing Required: 0% - 10%

This class contains very limited possibilities for any type of writing assignment. The prevalent types of work that students will typically encounter will be multiple choice exams, software or programing activities, and in-class assignments.

CS 1020 - Computers and Society

Writing Required: 0% - 10%

This class contains very limited possibilities for any type of writing assignment. The prevalent types of work that students will typically encounter will be multiple choice exams, software or programing activities, and in-class assignments.

CS 1030 - Introduction to Computer Concepts

Writing Required: 0% - 10%

This class contains very limited possibilities for any type of writing assignment. The prevalent types of work that students will typically encounter will be multiple choice exams, software or programing activities, and in-class assignments.

Classes Without Information:

(Currently, these classes do not have publicly-accessible syllabi available for review.)

CS 1300 - Introduction to Computer Science

CS 1301 - Computer Science I

CS 1302 - Computer Science II

CS 2100 - Introduction to Web Development

CS 3110 - System Architecture

CS 3151 - Data Structures and Discrete Mathematics I

CS 3152 - Data Structures and Discrete Mathematics II

CS 3201 - Program Construction I

CS 3202 - Program Construction II

CS 3211 - Software Engineering I

CS 3212 - Software Engineering II

CS 3230 - Information Management

CS 3270 - Intelligent Systems

CS 3280 - Systems Programming

CS 4225 - Distributed and Cloud Computing

CS 4981 - Independent Study

CS 4982 - Computing Capstone

CS 4983 - Directed Research

CS 4985 - Special Topics

CS 4986 - Computing Internship