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Computer Science and Information Systems B.S.

All students must meet the University Requirements .

A minimum of 120 credits are required and must include the following:

Computer Science (minimum thirty-eight credits)
Recommended:1
CS 050Seminar for New CS Majors1
Core:23
CS 008Intro to Web Site Development3
CS 021Computer Programming I3
CS 064Discrete Structures3
CS 110Intermediate Programming4
CS 121Computer Organization3
CS 124Data Structures & Algorithms3
CS 148Database Design for the Web3
CS 292Senior Seminar1
Fifteen additional credits including:15
Six credits at the 1XX-level or above (CS 125 is recommended for students who wish to pursue graduate study in computer science)
Nine credits at the 2XX-level
Business Administration (twenty-seven credits)
BSAD 060Financial Accounting3
BSAD 061Managerial Accounting3
BSAD 120Leadership & Org Behavior3
BSAD 132Political Envir of Business3
BSAD 141Info,Technology & Bus Systems3
BSAD 150Marketing Management3
BSAD 173Operations Management3
BSAD 180Managerial Finance3
BSAD elective at the 1XX-level or above3
Economics (six credits)
EC 011Principles of Macroeconomics3
EC 012Principles of Microeconomics3
Mathematics (eight credits)
MATH 021Calculus I4
MATH 022Calculus II4
Statistics (three credits)
STAT 143Statistics for Engineering3
or one course in statistics (e.g. STAT 141) and one course in probability (e.g. CS 128 or STAT 151)
Natural Science (eight to ten credits)
One laboratory science sequence, selected from the following:8-10
Principles of Biology
   and Principles of Biology
or BCOR 011
  & BCOR 012
Exploring Biology
   and Exploring Biology
General Chemistry 1
   and General Chemistry 2
or CHEM 035
  & CHEM 036
General Chemistry for Majors 1
   and General Chemistry for Majors 2
Physics for Engineers I
   and Physics for Engineers II
or PHYS 051
  & PHYS 152
Fundamentals of Physics I
   and Fundamentals of Physics II
Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (eighteen credits)
Chosen from courses in ALANA U.S. Ethnic Studies, anthropology, art history, art studio, classics, communication sciences, dance, economics, English, Film and Television Studies, foreign language, geography, Global and Regional Studies, history, Holocaust Studies, linguistics, music, philosophy, political science, psychological science, religion, sociology, theatre, Women’s and Gender Studies, and World Literature18

Credits used to fulfill the University’s Writing, Sustainability and Diversity requirements (one three-credit course Diversity Category 1 and a second three-credit course from Diversity Category 1 or 2) may also be applied to the above distribution requirements as appropriate.

No more than three grades of D+, D, or D- in computer science courses numbered CS 124  and higher or BSAD courses numbered 100 and higher.