To meet the graduation requirements of The College of Wooster, the major in Computer Science requires a two-course Independent Study Project, which culminates in an Independent Study Thesis along with an oral presentation describing the Thesis.
Independent Study is the student's opportunity to do a significant piece of work in an area of personal interest and to expand his or her understanding of computer science. Although the faculty advisor must approve all topics, the student is free to pursue virtually any area of computer science that is of interest. The topic should be challenging, but manageable with the resources and time available. A typical I.S. involves a theoretical investigation of a topic in Computer Science accompanied by a software implementation that illustrates concepts developed in the theoretical investigation.
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