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Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

The B.S. degree program in computer science provides a balance between theoretical foundations and applied computer science with the ultimate goal of presenting knowledge likely to be of ongoing value throughout one's career.

The preparation of the B.S. is aimed at students who want pursue a career as an industry practicioners and/or as an academic. More context.

Students starting a Computer Science major by Spring 2005 may choose to follow the old major requirements.

Major Requirements

Foundation
Common Foundation in Computer Science
COMP 363
Design and Analysis of Computer Algorithms
Electives
Six (6) three-credit 300-level courses.
NOTE: A special case is COMP 390, COMP 391 and COMP 398 : Three additional units beyond the practicum can be counted as an elective, as long as you take no more than 6 units of 391 and no more than 6 units of 390/398 together.

For a sample 4-year schedule click here.

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