Graduates with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science have a strong background in both the theoretical and applied areas of computer science. This program stresses the technical and theoretical development of computer programs and systems.
Each graduate has an understanding of structured programming techniques, operating systems, computer architecture, data structures, as well as the opportunity to take advanced courses in various areas of computer science. Students in this program may be eligible for the Fast Track program. Contact the Department Chairs for the College of Computing for more information.
System-wide General Education Requirement (30 Credits)
Majors who test directly into MATH 123 will not need to complete MATH 102, but must take 3 credits of general electives.
Institutional Graduation Requirement (11 Credits)
Majors must take CSC 150 as part of the Institutional Graduation Requirements.
Students double majoring in Computer Science and Computer Game Design are required to take other courses as part of the Computer Game Design requirements that address the content of CIS 383 and CSC 470, so these two courses are being waived from the CSC major requirements.