|"A Survey of Computer Science Curricula
at Liberal Arts Colleges: A Pilot Study"
The purpose of this paper is to gain information about computer science curricula at liberal arts colleges.
This survey examines the web sites of liberal arts colleges from a small geographic area to answer various
questions in such areas as a depth first versus a breadth first curriculum, the first programming language
used, and the use of closed laboratories. It also examines whether courses such networks, computer
systems, capstone courses, and internships are offered. This survey is also a pilot to determine the
usefulness for a larger survey.
|by James T. Streib and Curt M. White
The Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges (JCSC)
Volume 18, Number 1, October 2002
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