Undergraduate Alternative Program
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This program has been designed specifically to address the needs of transfer students since it is possible to complete all requirements in as few as four semesters. Compared to the Honors program, Alternative program does not require as many courses in Computer Science, Mathematics, Philosophy, and other sciences. This program may also be a good fit for students switching their major to Computer Science after their freshman or sophomore year.
Major in Computer Science, B.S.
Catalog description (Alternative) (Non-Teaching)
This alternative major may be completed in as few as four semesters. A minor is required for this major.
30 credits of computer science courses, including:
|CS 151||Computer Science I||3|
|CS 152||Computer Science II||3|
|CS 153||Computer Science III||3|
|CS 253||Data and File Structures||3|
|CS 254||Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming||3|
and 15 credits of computer science courses numbered CS 225 or higher.
8 credits in mathematics:
|MATH 152||Calculus I||4|
|MATH 218||Discrete Mathematics||4|