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CS/CSE Course Planning Workshop By Cristen Anderson, Zoe Xi, Jayendra Jog. Hosted by UCLA UPE.
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Disclaimer We are not counselors This is a student perspective Always ask for multiple opinions
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General Requirements CS 1, 31, 32, 33, 35L Math 31A/B, 32A/B, 33A/B Physics 1A/B/C, 4AL/4BL Chem 20A 5 GEs English Comp 3 Engineering Ethics (ENGR 183EW or 185EW)
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Structure Class name: What you will learn Workload Recommended professors
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CS Lower Division CS 33: Intro to Computer Organization Structure of computer, assembly/binary 15 hours/week, reading+labs, take with 35L ? Reinman, Eggert CS 35L: Software Construction Lab Stack overflow! And linux, emacs, git… 10-12 hours/week labs Taught by TAs, Eggert writes the spec
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More Lower Division Math 61: Intro to Discrete Math Why math is important for CS (pre-req for 180) Same as other math classes CS M51A/EE M16 : Logic Design of Digital Systems How to design hardware modules that run code Homework and quizzes, like math classes Ercegovac, Miodrag
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Probability Stats 100A, C&EE 110, EE 131A, or Math 170A Basic multivariate probability. Great combo with CS 112 due to overlap to material overlap 2-5 hours of work every week Wu (Stats 100A), Jay (C&EE 110)
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Required Upper Division CS 111: Operating Systems Principles Manages hardware and software resources
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