This course will be entirely online. Most pieces will be available asynchoronously to accommodate everyone's schedules and timezones as best we can. We'll cover all the details of how we're arranging the logistics, but here's the summary:
|Lecture (CS1800)||MTWR 9:50-11:30am.
Wed: Graded recitation assignment
Mon: Work on current homework
MW 1:30-3:10pm (Section 1) https://northeastern.zoom.us/j/93019729739
MW 3:20-5:00pm (Section 2) https://northeastern.zoom.us/j/95345175671
This course introduces the mathematical structures and methods that form the foundation of computer science. The material is motivated by applications from computer science.
|Daily Problem Sets (Gradescope)||A short problem set will be posted in advance of each lecture. Complete and submit your solution before 9:50am Eastern for the corresponding lecture. Daily problem sets may not be submitted late, but four of them will be dropped.|
|Homework (Gradescope)||One homework will be assigned every Thursday and due the following Monday at 11:59pm. Homeworks may not be submitted late, but one homework will be dropped.|
|Recitation (CS1802).||Recitation is required. We meet once a week (Wednesdays) to complete practice exercises, review material, and prepare for the upcoming homework. We use the Monday recitation to work on homework material; instructors will be on-hand to answer questions, but Monday recitations are not graded.|