Girls in Technology - CSIS 1100

     

    Course Description: This one (1) credit course will provide an opportunity for students to participate and engage in various computing projects. These industry- and university-sponsored projects are carefully designed to increase awareness about education and career computing skills. These skills lead the way for innovative solutions to long-standing problems at national and local levels that are at a high demand by virtually every industry. This one-credit course can be taken by students a maximum of three times. (Fall, Spring, Summer) [Pass/Fail]

    Process:

    • As a high school (9th- 12th grade) female student, please complete the application to enroll for 1 Computer Science & Information System (CSIS) free elective.
    • After your application is reviewed and accepted, you will receive an email from Dr. Kesar on how to register
    • CSIS 1100 class will be conducted online on Canvas (details will be provided when accepted into the course)
    • For more details, please email outreachmad@gmail.com

    I have participated in NCWIT Aspirations
    I have participated in NCWIT Aspirations
    I have participated in Southern Utah University Girls in Tech (SUGIT)
    I have participated in Southern Utah University Girls in Tech (SUGIT)
    I am planning to participate in NCWIT and/ or SUGIT
    I am planning to participate in NCWIT and/ or SUGIT
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