UCLA Computer Science Curriculum Survey
UCLA's Computer Science department is continuously evolving.
This form is an effort towards improvement of UCLA CS and making sure students' voices are heard. So please fill out this survey as thoroughly as you can!
Computer Science & Engineering
Linguistics and Computer Science
Math and Computation
Computational and Systems Biology
2014 or earlier
If you put "2014 or earlier" in the past question, which year did you graduate?
Which courses do you wish you could take at UCLA?
Human Computer Interaction
Which course(s) do you think needs revamping?
CS 35L - Software Construction Laboratory
CS 111 - Operating Systems Principles
CS 112 -- Modeling Uncertainty and Information Systems
CS M117 -- Computer Networks: The Physical Layer
CS 118 -- Computer Network Fundamentals
CS 130 - Software Engineering
CS 131 - Programming Languages
CS 143 -- Database Systems
CS M151B - Computer Systems Architecture
CS M152A -- Introductory Digital Design Laboratory
CS 161 - Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence
CS 174A -- Introduction to Computer Graphics
CS 180 - Introduction to Algorithms and Complexity
CS 181 - Introduction to Formal Languages and Automata Theory
M51A - Logic Design of Digital Systems
CS132 - Compiler Construction
CS133 - Parallel and Distributed Computing
CS170A - Mathematical Modeling and Methods for Computer Science
What exact changes would you make to the courses you selected above, if any?
Please label each change with the corresponding course. E.g. CS M152A -- Remove Verilog and add Arduino C programming.
How can the UCLA Computer Science department further improve the curriculum?
Please be specific.
In the next question, please give specific examples
If you can mention a concrete data point such as "UC Berkeley teaches this class and the enrollment in this class ranges X to Y students per year. This class is very important for reasons X, Y, and Z." That will help us understand your feedback more concretely and how our department can improve.
How does UCLA CS compare to the curriculum being offered at other peer institutions?
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