1 Select either the CPSC 1010 and CPSC 1020 sequence; or the CPSC 1060 and CPSC 1070 sequence. The sequence of CPSC 1110 and CPSC 1020 is also acceptable with one elective credit taken in the first semester.
2 Two-semester sequence in the same physical or biological science, each including a laboratory, is required. Select one of the following sequences:
The six remaining credits may be selected from BIOL, BCHM, CH, GEN, GEOL, MICR, PHYS courses; or ENSP 2000 . Excess credits in the lab sciences may apply to the remaining science requirements.
3 See General Education Requirements .
4 MATH 1190 or MATH 4190 may be substituted.
5 Select from: COMM 1500 , COMM 2500 , HON 2230 ; or the cluster of courses AS 3090 , AS 3100 , AS 4090 , AS 4100 ; or ML 1010 , ML 1020 .
6 CPSC 2920 may be substituted and may count towards an additional requirement. See the Academic Regulations section of the Undergraduate Catalog for limitations on coursework fulfilling multiple requirements.
7 MATH 3020 or STAT 3300 may be substituted.
8 Select from courses in AAH, ANTH, ART, CHIN, COMM, DANC, EAS, ECON, ENGL, FR, GEOG, GER, HIST, HUM, ITAL, JAPN, MUSC, PA, PAS, PHIL, POSC, PSYC, REL, RUSS, SOC, SPAN, THEA, WS. Courses selected to satisfy this requirement may not also be used to satisfy the Communication; Mathematical, Scientific and Technological Literacy; Arts and Humanities; or Social Sciences General Education Requirements.
9 Select from 3000-level or higher CPSC courses. Up to three credits of ECE 3000-level or higher courses; or MATH 3650 ; or MATH 4000-level courses may be substituted (except MATH 4190 ). No more than three credits total of independent study or creative inquiry courses (e.g., CPSC 3990 or CPSC 4810 ) may be applied to this requirement from any department, and no more than six credits of CPSC 4820 may be applied. Courses selected to satisfy this requirement may not also be used to satisfy other major requirements.
10 Select CPSC 3120 or CPSC 3500
11 Select from: ENGL 3040 , ENGL 3120 , ENGL 3140 ENGL 3150 , ENGL 3330
- For graduation, a candidate for the BS degree in Computer Science must have earned a grade of C or better in each CPSC course applied to the non-elective requirements of the degree.
- A grade of C or better must be earned in all prerequisite courses (including CPSC and MATH courses) before enrolling in the next CPSC course.
- General Education Cross-Cultural Awareness and Science and Technology in Society requirements must be satisfied.