Computer Science


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Computer Science 1 Computer Science Faculty Martinovic Chair DePasquale Knox Li Neff Pulimood Wolz Faculty from mathematics with joint teaching appointments in computer science Conjura Iannone The computer science curriculum is designed to prepare students for employment as computer science specialists as well as to provide a strong background for advanced study The BS in Computer Science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology ABET All students take courses in problem solving and programming fundamentals software engineering data structures operating systems compilers computer organization and algorithm analysis Upper level options provide exposure to a range of subdisciplines including but not limited to artificial intelligence databases graphics information retrieval networks and programming languages Special topics courses offered each semester offer the opportunity to study and work with the latest trends in technology Students participate in research and or industry experiences which culminate in professional presentations Students balance their studies with course work in mathematics and science as well as in arts humanities history and the social sciences A total of at least 32 course units is required for graduation The Department of Computer Science supports and encourages its students to consider including a study abroad semester as part of their curriculum For more information about studying outside of the United States without delaying your graduation please speak to your academic advisor and visit the college office of Undergraduate Global Programs Requirements for the major I Required Courses CSC 220 CS I Computational Problem Solving CSC 230 CS II Data Structures and Algorithms seven or eight course units 1 course unit 1 course unit CSC 250 Accelerated CS I and II one course unit may fulfill the CSC 220 and 230 requirement by permission Additional Required Courses six course

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