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What are three ways that the UH ICS program could improve?

If you can think of more than three things, then please limit your response to your top three!

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1. I think that proofs start to become more important in later courses such as 311, but in previous courses, where my professor said we were supposed to learn them, we just briefly went over them, so I had to spend a lot of time learning how to do them.

2. Some classes are just not available for a semester and if they are, then can have late time slots.

3. The flipped classroom wasn't common in lower level courses and was sort of difficult to adjust to as they started to become more prevalent.

1. The required graduation path includes too many classes that are out of scope for an ICS student. 

2. No real common work space area for only ICS students.

3. N/A

  1. Remembering to adhere to ergonomics, good sleep, and other self-care best practices can be challenging, especially when stuck on or drawn into a project / problem for extended periods of time.
  2. Effectively budgeting time toward planning vs. implementation can be difficult. In some projects, starting implementation too early has later required reworking of large chunks of code, whereas, in some others, over-allocated time to design has ultimately costed quality in the final product(s) when under time constraints.
  3. The existence of several correct ways to fulfill functionalities can tempt “over-fixing” of assignments / projects when small improvements are possible. Sometimes, a large amount of time potentially used for a relatively small / trite improvement is better spent on other tasks. would be nice yjay  ICS student  have a nice study place.

2.Sinec the major is hard, i think it would be better to gove more support to ICS students.

3. The cost for textbook and eqiopment is way too expensive for some of the student that can't affort that much. 

1. The amount of labor/energy taking ICS classes, but expect to challenge yourself (depending on one's learning curve).

2. More (convenient) time slots for ICS classes, especially for ones in high demand

3. Provide a bit further/simplified explanation of classes offered



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