Dec 01, 2020  
2014-2015 Academic Catalogue 
    
2014-2015 Academic Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Science, B.S.


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The degree in computer and information sciences requires 137 semester hours which includes a minimum of 46 semester hours of computer and information sciences courses.  A minimum 2.00 GPA must be maintained in the computer and information sciences courses.  The following outline gives minimum requirements.  Additional courses to complete the requirements must be chosen by the cadet with the approval of his/her department advisor.  No single course may be used to satisfy requirements in two major areas.

Recommended Minors: Business, Psychology, Applied Mathematics, or Computer Engineering.

Note: Discrete mathematics and basic psychology topics are embedded in appropriate places within the curriculum. For example: Data structures are introduced in the introductory course and programming classes: and concepts from psychology are needed in the HCI and usability courses.

Major Electives: 12 credits (300 Level or Above) and Free Electives: 21 Credits


Four major departmental elective courses required, each 300 level or above. Seven free electives to provide sufficient opportunities for minors in other departments as well as completion of Civilizations and Cultures course requirements.

Synopsis of the B.S. Curriculum in Computer and Information Sciences


Fourth (Freshman) Class


Total Semester Hrs: 17.5


Total Semester Hrs: 17.5


Third (Sophomore) Class


Second (Junior) Class


First (Senior) Class


Total Hours: minimum 137


*Minimum Grade of “C” required

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