1. Various courses that allow students to explore different programming languages and software.
2. Study areas in POST where you can work on assignments with classmates.
3. Every class has one or more TAs who are frequently available when you get stuck on a project.
1. MS Imagine
3. classes for CEng students
1. It is rewarding. There is that sense of accomplishment when your program finally works after hours of troubleshooting.
2. The professors and TAs are very all very passionate, approachable, and always willing to help you understand the material.
3. We learn about a wide variety of topics ranging from the various programming languages to learning how to use different types of software and IDEs.
1. Meeting, maybe even working, with potential coworkers, bosses, etc.
2. Learn from students that might be more experienced than you.
3. Learn how to get into the industry (learn how to get hired or raise your chances).
1. Gerald Lau
2. Good campus for networking
3. Very good relevant student employment opportunities
What are three good things about being an ICS student:
1. Jobs are available on campus that pertain directly to our interests
2. Most textbooks are free online and no program costs leave class costs relatively low
3. Most classes are pretty central around POST
1) Faculty and staff with a lot of kindness, compassion, and knowledge. Pretty much every course I've had has had knowledgeable professors and TAs that help with all sorts of problems. And as long as you put in the time and effort, they are very understanding and go the extra mile to try and work with you.
2) The ICS/EE departments have lots of great resources that make accomplishing tasks more streamlined/convenient, such as computers to work on and free-to-use programs that are normally expensive.
3) Some classes help you build your portfolio and marketable skills, prepping you for marketing yourself, helping you to get internships, and educating you on starting your career. It helps a lot that I don't have to suddenly work on that alone after i graduate.
1. All ICS students are very helpful and always lend a hand to others who are struggling
2. Coding teaches you to think more critically and improve problem solving skills
3. There are a lot of different careers you can pursue as an ICS major
1. Learning from professionals and experts with plenty of industry and teaching experience.
2. Being around other people there share similar goals and are willing to help.
3. Studying in one of the world's most beautiful places.
1) Clubs that help ICS students be able to learn how to prepare for the real world
2) Professors and TAs that are always open to questions and are always willing to help students understand
3) Various activities that help students learn more about networking with each other and the outside world
1. Workshops/classes that teach us how to be professional when applying to jobs.
2. Clubs that teach us other material that can be used in the real world.
3. Help is always ready on standby whenever you need it.
Three good things about being a UH ICS student
1. The ICS course material being taught are essential to learn. Ranging from concepts, algorithms, programming, and web development are career-oriented experiences.
2. The ICS community and environment is very friendly and resourceful. Professors and TAs are willing to provide help when needed. Clubs are open to all that are resourceful such as learning, connections, and preparation. Lastly, Gerald Lau is a great advisor who provides plentiful information and resources.
3. ICS courses help students to build a professional persona that will be seen in real world application. Having an early start will enforce students to be a bit more prepared for a professional career.