Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
The Computer Science major program is designed to provide students professional preparation in
It also prepares students for graduate work in computer science. Majors must have a “C” or better in all courses required of the major.
Admission Requirements: All students intending to declare themselves computer science majors must:
The goals of BS Computer Science include the following: CS majors must receive a “C” or better and maintain a 2.5 GPA for all courses required of this major.
CS/CIS PR-1: (GE) Demonstrate competence with Windows and basic MS Office applications especially MS WORD, EXCEL, and PowerPoint.
CS/CIS PR-2: Demonstrate technical competence* in Programming:
CS/CIS PR-3: Demonstrate technical competence in Systems.
CS/CIS PR-4: Demonstrate technical competence in Databases.
CS/CIS PR-5: Demonstrate technical competence in Networks.
CS/CIS PR-6: Develop and ethically utilize these technical skills to construct systems.
*Technical Competence means to be able to design, implement (build/code, test, debug), communicate effectively (in written, oral, and numerical forms), individually, and as part of a team.
Required Courses (45 credit hours): CS200*, CS201, CS202, CS303, CS305, CS315, CS360, CS365, CS380, CS403, CS425, CS431, CS492 and CS498.
Required Support Courses (32 credit hours): MA151*, MA203, MA204, MA341, MA351, MA375, PH210*, PH211*, PH251*, and PH252*.
* Fulfill the General Education (GE) requirements.
The computer science minor program is intended to provide students majoring in other disciplines, especially those in the sciences, with a broad exposure to computer science. The minor will benefit both the graduate school-bound student and one headed for an information technology intensive workplace.
Required Courses (28 credit hours): CS200*, CS201, CS202, CS303, CS315, CS360, CS403, CS492 and MA203*.
Elective Courses (9 credit hours): Select 9 credit hours from the following courses: CS305, CS365, CS380, CS431, MA151*, MA204, MA341, MA351, MA385, MA411, MA451, MA460, PH210*, PH211*, PH251* and PH252*.
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