Bachelor of Science with a comprehensive major in Computer Science


This program is designed for those students who wish to pursue a career in computer science.

Course Number and Title

Hrs.

Prerequisites

CS 101 Logic and Computing*

3

2 years H.S. Algebra

CS 121 Computer Programming I

3

CS 101

CS 122 Computer Programming II

3

CS 121

CS 230 Data Structures

3

CS 122, MATH 223

CS 301 Computer Architecture

3

CS 122

CS 302 Theory of Computation

3

MATH 224, 250

CS 303 Computer Algorithms

3

CS 230, MATH 224

CS 321 Advanced Programming

3

CS 230

CS 421 Principles of Operating Systems

3

CS 230, 301

CS 499 Software Development

3

CS 230, Junior/Senior Status

MATH 223 Discrete Mathematics I

3

3 years H.S. College Prep Math

MATH 224 Discrete Mathematics II

3

MATH 223

MATH 250 Mathematical Proof

1

MATH 223

MATH 307 Linear Algebra

3

MATH 202, 206, or 224

MIS 470 Database Management

3

None

Electives-Choose 1 course from:

3

 

SDD 241 Introduction to Software Engineering

(3)

CS 230

MIS 372 Systems Analysis & Design

(3)

MIS 221 or CS 121

Electives-Choose 3 courses from:**

9

CS 175 Web Design

(3)

None

CS 221 The Linux Operating System

(3)

CS 101

CS 260 Topics in CS

(3)

None

CS 275 Web Programming

(3)

CS 101, 175

CS 325 Mobile Applications Development

(3)

CS 122

CS 427 Computer Graphics

(3)

CS 303, MATH 307

CS 433 Computer Networks

(3)

CS 230, 301

CS 460 Advanced Topics in CS

(3)

CS 230

MATH 201 Applied Calculus I

or

MATH 205 Calculus I

(3-5)

2 years H.S. Algebra; 1 yr of H.S. Geometry

or

MATH 111 or equivalent

MATH 308 Operations Research

(3)

MATH 224 or Math 230

MIS 472 Business Intelligence, Analytics, & Data Visualization

(3)

MIS 221 or CS 121

MIS 473 Advanced Systems Development

(3)

MIS 371, 372, 470

SEC 180 Foundations of Computer Security

(3)

None

SEC 185 Cyber Ethics

(3)

None

Any additional 400 level CS course

(3)

 

Science electives***

3-5

 

Total Hours

60 hrs.

 

*Students with prior programming experience may be permitted to substitute a Computer Science Elective with a CS prefix for CS 101 and have CS 101 waived as a prerequisite for CS 121.

**At least 2 of the Computer Science Electives must be courses with a CS prefix. 

***Science electives may be from biology, chemistry, computer science, cybersecurity, geology, mathematics, physics, or software design and development, excluding MATH 100 and excluding Math 111, 201 if taken after Math 205 was successfully completed.

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Courses and Descriptions

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