BCSC 215: Applied Programming in MATLAB

Offered: Fall

A hands-on introduction to data analysis oriented programming using MATLAB, intended for students with minimal programming experience. MATLAB is a language that is commonly used in neuroscience and BCS research for data analysis. Topics in the course will include data types, functions, and plotting. Students will be expected to complete assignments throughout the semester as well as a final data analysis project. Prerequisite: BCSC 111. No prior programming experience required.

Note: This course does NOT count as a BCS track elective. It can be used to fulfill the programming requirement or an open elective requirement for the BS degree in BCS, or an allied field requirement for the degree in Neuroscience.