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CSC 220 - Visualizing for VisualThinking
Visualizing for Visual Thinking
Prerequisite: MAT 130, 135, 139 or 243 (Tier I Math)

This course introduces students to the concepts, techniques and application of visualization. Through the process of visual thinking, visualization can be applied to problem solving in virtually any discipline. Students will learn how to use visualization to discover knowledge, present information, and communicate ideas effectively. Practical examples drawn from a wide variety of disciplines will be used to demonstrate the creativity and power of visualizing. The focus on visual thinking skills, not the technical details involved in the production of graphics.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Computer Science Department

Course Attributes:
New Media Digital Applications, LAC T2IT-Applied Info Tech


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