The Computer Science B.S. degree is for students who want to learn how to develop large complex software using the latest technologies or who are interested in studying computation. Graduates work as software engineers, systems analysts, and systems designers, among other titles.
Below you will find the requirements given each year of initial matriculation. You should also read about the application area requirement and computing clusters recommendations.
- Curriculum Sheet 2012--
- Curriculum sheet 2011-2012 is the same as 2010-2011
- Curriculum Sheet 2010-2011
- Curriculum Sheet 2009-2010
- Curriculum Sheet 2008-2009
- Curriculum Sheet 2007-2008
- Curriculum Sheet 2006-2007
- Curriculum Sheet 2005-2006
- Curriculum Sheet 2004-2005
- Curriculum Sheet 2003-2004
- Curriculum Sheet 2002-2003
- Program Guidesheet 2012--
- Program Guidesheet 2011-2012 is the same as 2009-2010
- Program Guidesheet 2010-2011 is the same as 2009-2010
- Program Guidesheet 2009-2010
- Program Guidesheet 2008-2009
- Program Guidesheet 2007-2008
- Program Guidesheet 2006-2007
- Program Guidesheet 2005-2006
- Program Guidesheet 2004-2005
- Program Guidesheet 2003-2004
- Program Guidesheet 2002-2003
Program Educational Objectives
The mission of the Computer Science degree program is to prepare graduates with the knowledge and skills needed for successful practice in the field of computing and for post-baccalaureate education. The program educational objectives are that five years after graduation Computer Science graduates will be:
- Contributing to economic development and society through the development and management of computer systems for industry and research.
- Continuing their professional development through professional study and research.
- Advancing in their careers through knowledge of computer science, communication skills and understanding of computer systems and contemporary technological issues.
The Computer Science Program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.