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Students pursuing a degree in computer science study the design and performance of computers and computational processes. The design and implementation of efficient reliable software and hardware to meet given specifications is of particular importance.
|44-141||Computer Programming I||3|
|44-241||Computer Programming II||3|
|44-242||Data and File Structures||3|
|44-296||Professional Development Seminar||3|
|44-349||Survey of Algorithms||3|
|44-525||Theory & Implementation of Programming Languages||3|
|44-561||Software Engineering I||3|
|44-563||Software Engineering II||3|
|Choose 9 hours from the following electives|
|44-443||Mobile Computing -iOS||3|
|44-444||Mobile Computing -Android||3|
|44-560||Advance Topics in Database Systems||3|
|44-563||Developing Web Applications and Services||3|
|Math Option A||15|
|17-230||Probability and Statistics OR|
|Math Option B||13|
|17-316||Linear Statistical Models|
|Choose 1 Science Option||8-10|
|25-110/111||General Physics I and Lab|
|25-120/121||General Physics II and Lab OR|
|25-120/121||Fundamentals of Classical Physics I and Lab|
|25-230/231||Fundamentals of Classical Physics II and Lab OR|
|24-114/115||General Chemistry I and Lab|
|24-116/117||General Chemistry II and Lab|
|Total Course Hours Required||66-70|
Careers in Computer Science
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Majors in this field are some of the most sought after in the country. As the world becomes increasingly digital-based, those who can knowledgeably work with computers and digital media will be in high demand.