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B.A. in Computer Science

Description

The major in computer science for the B.A. degree offers a flexible curriculum that enables the study of computer science to be combined with studies in other areas of the liberal arts and sciences. Students interested in the professional B.S.C.S. degree program should consult the School of Engineering portion of the catalog.

Minimum Total Credit Hours: 120

General Education Requirements

See the 'General Education/Core Curriculum' for the School of Liberal Arts.

Course Requirements

A major in computer science for the B.A. degree requires 37 semester hours, including Computer Science (Csci) 111, 112, 211, 223, 300, 423, 433, 450, 487, and 12 additional hours of computer science courses at the 300 level or above. Additional requirements are Math 261, 262, 301, and 375, and one of the following: Math 263, 302, or 319.

Other Academic Requirements

Students planning graduate study in computer science should include Csci 311 among their electives.

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