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COSCĀ 5301. Quantitative Foundations of CS. 3 Hours.

Students are provided the fundamental quantitative methods needed in the area of computer science (CS). Topics may include numbering systems, propositional logic, digital logic, combinatorics, probability and statistics, and automata theory, focusing on their application to computing and information science. This course serves graduate students without an undergraduate degree in a quantitative field by providing necessary stem work. This course may not be counted toward the requirements for a graduate degree in Computer Information Science, Digital Forensics, or Information Assurance and Security.
Prerequisite: Approval by the graduate advisor.