Issue No. 12 - December (1977 vol. 10)
J.T. Cain , University of Pittsburgh
The guidelines for developing the CSE model curricula presented in the first paper of this issue were (1) to span the entire spectrum of computer science and engineering and provide the opportunity for in-depth study or specailization in any area of the field; (2) to bridge the traditional gap between hardware and software by emphasizing the interrelationship, common concepts, and inseparability of these two aspects of the field; and (3) to provide a blueprint for specific implementations.
J. Cain, "The Computer Science and Engineering Core Curriculum," in Computer, vol. 10, no. , pp. 109-113, 1977.