An innovative design and studio-based CS degree

@inproceedings{Docherty2001AnID,
  title={An innovative design and studio-based CS degree},
  author={Michael J. Docherty and Peter G. Sutton and Margot Brereton and Simon M. Kaplan},
  booktitle={SIGCSE},
  year={2001}
}
The University of Queensland has recently established a new design-focused, studio-based computer science degree. The Bachelor of Information Environments degree augments the core courses from the University's standard CS degree with a stream of design courses and integrative studio-based projects undertaken every semester. The studio projects integrate and reinforce learning by requiring students to apply the knowledge and skills gained in other courses to open-ended real-world design projects… CONTINUE READING
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