CSE 301 Fall 2011 
Ethics in Computing

CSE 301 is an overview of ethics for computer science and computer engineering students. Topics include ethical foundations; provacy; security; cybercrime; intellectual property; free speech; the digital divide; digital identities; and dependence on cyberstructure.

Students are expected to have completed CSE 205 (with a grade of C or better), or equivalent courses.

CSE 301:  Ethics in Computing  
Schedule Line
71408 and 74340  
Class Meeting Time:
    M 3:30-4:20 (71408) and W 3:30-4:20 (74340) 

    BYAC 270


Office Hours:

CSE 205 (with a grade of C or better)
Special Needs: If you are entitled to extra accommodation for any reason (such as a disability), we make every reasonable attempt to accommodate you. However, it is your responsibility to discuss this with the instructor at the beginning of the course. 
Academic Honesty: Work in this course, unless explicitly stated in writing to the contrary, is to be an effort by small teams of students. It is not acceptable to use work other than your own without full attribution and acknowledgment. While you are welcome to discuss problems with others, it is not acceptable to discuss solutions with them. If in doubt about anything related to academic integrity, see the instructor.
Required Text: Herman T. Tavani, Ethics and Technology: Controversies, Questions, and Strategies for Ethical Computing, Third Edition, Wiley, 2010.