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Computer Science and Mathematics

This option is available for students who wish to take advantage of the close connections between Computer Science and Mathematics.

Major Requirements

Major: Mathematics & Computer Science

Degree Type: B.A. or B.S.
Required Degree Credits to Graduate: 122

General Education Requirements

First Year Experience (F):
UNIV 189Skills For Academic Success (Students transferring in 24 or more credits do not need to take UNIV 189.)1
Communication (C):
ENGL 110College Composition I3
ENGL 120College Composition II3
One Course in Upper Level Writing: Select from current general education list3
COMM 110Fundamentals of Public Speaking3
Quantitative Reasoning (R):
MATH 165Calculus I4
Science & Technology (S):10
A one-credit lab must be taken as a co-requisite with a general education science/technology course unless the course includes an embedded lab experience equivalent to a one-credit course. Select from current general education list
Humanities & Fine Arts (A): Select from current general education list6
Social & Behavioral Sciences (B): Select from current general education list6
Wellness (W): Select from current general education list2
Cultural Diversity (D): Select from current general education list
Global Perspectives (G): Select from current general education list
Total Credits41

College Requirements

Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree – An additional 6 credits in Humanities or Social Sciences*

Bachelor of Arts (BA) Degree – An additional 12 credits Humanities and Social Sciences* and proficiency at the second year level in a modern foreign language.

*  Humanities and Social Sciences may be fulfilled by any course having the following prefix: ADHM, ANTH, ARCH, ART, CJ, CLAS, COMM, ECON, ENGL, FREN, GEOG, GERM, HDFS, HIST, LA, LANG, MUSC, PHIL, POLS, PSYC, RELS, SOC, SPAN, THEA, WGS, or any course from the approved list of general education courses in humanities and social sciences (general education categories A and B). These credits must come from outside the department of the student’s major.

Major Requirements

A grade of 'C' or better is required in MATH & CSCI prefix courses used toward the major.

General Education Requirements40
Science and Mathematics College Requirements6-12
Mathematics Major Requirements
MATH 166Calculus II4
MATH 265Calculus III4
MATH 266Introduction to Differential Equations3
MATH 270Introduction to Abstract Mathematics3
MATH 429Linear Algebra3
MATH 430Graph Theory3
Select one from the following:6
Abstract Algebra I
and Abstract Algebra II
Real Analysis I
and Real Analysis II
MATH 491Seminar2
Computer Science Major Requirements
CSCI 160Computer Science I4
CSCI 161Computer Science II4
CSCI 213Modern Software Development3
CSCI 313Software Development for Games3
CSCI 336Theoretical Computer Science II3
CSCI 366Database Systems3
CSCI 372Comparative Programming Languages3
CSCI 374Computer Organization and Architechure3
CSCI 445Software Projects Capstone3
CSCI 467Algorithm Analysis3
CSCI 489Social Implications of Computers3
Related Required Courses
STAT 367Probability3
STAT 368Statistics3
Select one from the following:3
Simulation Models
Linear Programming and Network Flows
Numerical Analysis I
Choose one Lecture/Lab Sequence from the following:
Sequence One:
Human Biology
and Human Biology Laboratory
and Human Anatomy and Physiology I
and Human Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory *
Sequence Two:
General Chemistry I
and General Chemistry I Laboratory
and General Chemistry II
and General Chemistry II Laboratory *
Sequence Three:
Principles of Chemistry I
and Principles of Chemistry Laboratory I
and Principles of Chemistry II
and Principles of Chemistry Laboratory II *
Sequence Four:
General Microbiology
and General Microbiology Lab
and General Microbiology II
and General Microbiology Lab II *
Sequence Five:
College Physics I
and College Physics I Laboratory
and College Physics II
and College Physics II Laboratory *
Sequence Six:
University Physics I
and University Physics I Laboratory
and University Physics II
and University Physics II Laboratory *
Potential of 3 credits to reach 1223
Total Credits122-128

Science and Technology General Education

Program Notes

  • Except for courses offered only as pass/fail grading, no course may be taken Pass/Fail.