What is PINC?
PINC (Promoting Inclusivity in Computing) is a program intended for Biology and Chemistry majors (but all majors are welcomed) to learn about computer science. The program consists of a series of 5 Computer Science classes for non-CS majors (15 units total) taken over four semesters. If you complete all 5 classes successfully, you will earn a minor in Computing Applications. The courses include CSc 306 (Computing and App Design for Biologists), CSc 220 (Data Structures and Algorithms), CSc 307 (Web and Databases for Biologists), and CSc 690 (Two special topic courses, lectures, and independent research project). Students take classes with other biology and chemistry students and are mentored by CS grad students and Biology faculty. No prior computer science background needed.
The PINC Summer Program is a summer program for students with and without coding and research experience. It runs June 3- Aug 3 for 10 hours per week.
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Register now for Summer and Fall 2020 PINC courses!
|Summer 2020||Fall 2020|
Data Structures PINC section
Days: MW: 17:00-18:45
Class #: 2219
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Web Programming
(contents will cover Machine Learning for Data Science app)
TuTh 11:00am - 12:15pm
Thornton Hall 409
Class Number: 6347
Instructor: Ilmi Yoon
The promotion video above was made by Niquo Ceberio with the help of Jhony Zavaleta who both took CSC 306 in the fall of 2018.
The two students who are interviewed in the video are Emily Samperio (who is now taking CSC 698) and Maria Flores (who is now in CSC 220).