# B.S. in Computer Science and Math

This is the new version of the major. If you became a major by Spring 2005, you may follow the old major.

More context on this particular major here.

## Math Requirements

- Two years of Calculus
- Math 161, Math 162,Math 263,Math 264
Including Multivariable Calculus, and Differential Equations.

- Number Theory
- Math 201
- Linear Algebra
- Math 212
- Abstract Algebra
- Math 313
- Real Analysis
- Math 351
- Statistics
- Stat 203 or Biostatistics (Stat 335)

Two of the following five courses:- Math 309/Comp 309 -- Numerical Methods
- Math 314 -- Advanced Abstract Algebra
- Math 315 -- Advanced Linear Algebra
- Math 352 -- Real Analysis II
- Math 353 -- Complex Analysis

## Computer Science Requirements

- Introduction to Computing
- COMP 150 (may be replaced by a 300-level classroom elective if COMP 215 is taken)
- Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming & Data Structures
- Either COMP 170: Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming

OR COMP 215: Object-Oriented Programming with Mathematics - Introduction to Data Structures
- COMP 271: Data Structures: Algorithms and Applications
- Introduction to Computer Systems
- COMP 264: Introduction to Computer Systems
- One of the following three courses:
- One of the following six courses:
- Any two 300-level, 3-credit courses in Computer Science.

## Sample Schedule

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