In the fall of 2019, the SFSU PINC program is welcoming a new cohort of PINC minor students.
The first class of the minor (CSC 306) is an intro to programming in Python and will be taught by Dr Pleuni Pennings on MW 3:30 – 4:45 in Thornton 329.
CSC 306 is a gentle introduction to the world of programming and students need absolutely no prior knowledge. The class is open to students from Biology / Biochem/ Chemistry. Students can simply sign up for the class, we no longer ask students to apply to become a PINC student. Pre-Biology students very welcome!
If you want to do the entire minor, it consists of 5 classes usually taken over 4 semesters. Master students can sign up for the classes, but cannot get the minor.
If you have any questions, please email pennings @ sfsu . edu.
The promotion video above was made by Niquo Ceberio with the help of Jhony Zavaleta who both took CSC 306 in the fall of 2018. The two students who are interviewed in the video are Emily Samperio (who is now taking CSC 698) and Maria Flores (who is now in CSC 220).