The computer science department at Stanford University is offering a one-on-one online course that will teach students how to work effectively with a CSR.
The program is called “Code of the CSR,” and it will teach CSR training for the CSOs at the university, the Palo Alto, Calif.-based university announced Thursday.
The course is scheduled to run through the end of 2019, and is the first CSR-related online course offered in the United States.
The first class of students, who are expected to enroll this fall, will have to complete 30 hours of classes in the program, which will include hands-on learning and mentoring with the CSRs.
In the course, students will work with their mentors on a variety of projects, including data analysis, marketing, data visualization, coding and other disciplines, according to a news release from Stanford.
The CSRs, who work for the university as computer scientists, will also provide feedback and advice on their work, the release states.
The class will also cover computer-science fundamentals, such as computing systems, algorithms, databases, databases theory, database design, programming, data storage, data analysis and machine learning.
The courses are designed to help students develop an understanding of how to apply skills to their particular work, according the release.
In addition to helping students with skills in computing, they’ll learn about the impact of software engineering, data science and data analytics, as well as how to get work done.
“This course is an excellent way to get a solid foundation in computer science for your career, and you will be able to apply it in your career as well,” said Michael P. Bieszczak, president and CEO of Stanford, in a news conference on Thursday.
“The impact of this course is that it will help you with the coding that you need to get to your next job and help you get hired.
It’s going to help you in any job you want to get in.”
The course will also help students work in the field of data science, a field that involves analyzing and analyzing data.
The new program comes as the Computer Science Department at the University of California at Berkeley has been making significant strides in technology and engineering, according a report in The Times Higher Education.
Last year, the department won an Outstanding Graduate Research Excellence Award from the Association for Computing Machinery for its research and development efforts in machine learning and artificial intelligence, according The Times.