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 forty-four credits)
Recommended:
CS 050Seminar for New CS Majors1
Core:
CS 008Intro to Web Site Development3
CS 021Computer Programming I 13
CS 064Discrete Structures3
CS 110Intermediate Programming 14
CS 120Advanced Programming3
CS 121Computer Organization3
CS 124Data Structures & Algorithms3
CS 148Database Design for the Web3
CS 224Algorithm Design & Analysis3
CS 292Senior Seminar1
Fifteen additional CS credits: Three credits at the 1XX-level or above (CS 125 recommended for students who wish to pursue graduate study in CS); Twelve credits at the 2XX-level or above15
Business Administration (twenty-four credits)
BSAD 030Decision Analysis3
BSAD 060Financial Accounting3
BSAD 061Managerial Accounting3
BSAD 120Leadership & Org Behavior3
BSAD 141Info, Technology & Bus Systems3
BSAD 150Marketing Management3
BSAD 173Operations Management3
BSAD 180Managerial Finance3
Economics (six credits)
EC 011Principles of Macroeconomics3
EC 012Principles of Microeconomics3
Mathematics (eight credits)
MATH 021Calculus I 24
MATH 022Calculus II 24
Probability & Statistics (six credits)
STAT 143Statistics for Engineering3
CS 128Probability Models & Inference (preferred)3
or STAT 151 Applied Probability
Natural Science (eight credits)
Choose two of the following courses:8
Principles of Biology 3
Principles of Biology 3
General Chemistry 1 4
General Chemistry 2 4
Fundamentals of Physics I 5
Fundamentals of Physics II 5
1

C- or higher required in CS 021 and CS 110.

2

MATH 019 and MATH 023 are acceptable substitutions for MATH 021 and MATH 022

3

BCOR 011 and BCOR 012 are acceptable substitutions for BIOL 001 and BIOL 002.

4

CHEM 047 and CHEM 048 are acceptable substitutions for CHEM 031 and CHEM 032.

5

PHYS 031 and PHYS 125 (& PHYS 022) are acceptable substitutions for PHYS 051 and PHYS 152