- Computer Science Required Courses (46 credits) - A grade of C (2.0)
or better is required for each class listed in the List of required courses beginning with the 2000 catalog.
CS 150 - Introduction to Programming
CS 170 - Fundamentals of Computer Organization
CS 250 - Problem Solving and Programming
CS 252 - Introduction to Unix for Programmers
CS 270 - Introduction to Computer Architecture
CS 300T - Computers in Society
CS 330 - Object Oriented Programming Design
CS 350 - Introduction to Software Engineering
CS 355 - Principles of Programming Languages
CS 361 - Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms
CS 381 - Introduction to Discrete Structures
CS 390 - Introduction to Theoretical Computer Science
CS 410 - Professional Workforce Development I - Capstone course
CS 411W - Professional Workforce Development II Capstone Course
CS 417 - Computational Methods and Software
CS 471 - Operating Systems
The major emphasis categories for these courses follows:
Programming: CS 150, 250, 361, 350, 330, 355
Computer Architecture: CS 170, 270, 471
Applied Technology: CS 300T, 410, 411W
Computational Mathematics: CS 381, 390, 417
- Computer Science Electives (12 credits)
Four CS 400-level electives. Up to six credits of work experience (CS 367 or 368) may be used here also.
-Database Software Development Methodology *
-Database Software Development Methodology Workshop *
-Database Administration I
-Database Administration II
-Introduction to Networks and Communications
-Unix System Administration
-Introduction to Parallel Computing *
-Applied Parallel Computing
-Systems Programming in Windows Operating Systems *
-Network and Systems Security
-App Development for Smart Devices
- Game Development:
-Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
-Cryptography for Cybersecurity
-Networked Systems Security
-Introduction to Computer Simulation
-Software Engineering Survey
* - Limited Offerings.
Technology Initiative Tracks
Mathematics/Statistics (14 credits)
MATH 211 and 212 - Calculus I & II
MATH 316 - Linear Algebra
STAT 330 - Introduction to Statistics
Note: CS 381, 390, and 417 are fundamentally mathematics courses
Prerequisite Structure -- See
- Technical Electives (6 credits)
Designed to broaden the student's technical background in quantitative
methods. Courses may be chosen from "N" science courses or from Accounting 201 and 202.
Also courses taken in an approved minor may be used here with departmental approval.
- General Education -- See appropriate catalog.
- Students must achieve a minimum grade of a C in any CS course used as
a prerequisite to another CS course.
Students under the 2010-2012 catalog must achieve a C or better in all CS courses and all CS prerequisite courses.
Students under the 2010-2012 catalog must pass the exit exam in order to graduate.
- Students must successfully complete a minimum of 120 credits
including transfer credits with a minimum grade point average of 2.0
both overall and in the major.
- Students must achieve a passing grade on the exit exam of writing
- Students must participate in and pass the University Senior Assessment Test.
- Students must participate in the Departmental Senior Assessment Test.
- Students must formally apply for graduation with the Registrar by
the published deadline.
Course Requirements for Previous Catalog Years
[ Fall 2013 - 2014 ]
[ Fall 2008 - 2010 ]
[ Fall 2006 - 2008 ]
[ Fall 2010 - 2011 ]
[ Fall 2008 - 2009 ]
[ Fall 2006 - 2008 ]
Four-Year Curriculum (based on math placement)
Fall 2010 - 2011
Fall 2008 - 2009
Fall 2006 - 2008