The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, which is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org, aims to prepare students for careers within the discipline, and is designed for students who want a maximum technical preparation for their career. Graduates from the program are well-versed in not only the fundamentals but also develop skills in problem solving, logic, organization, and ethics. The program emphasizes the entire scope of computer science, ranging from basic hardware principles through the system and application software levels to the use and management of such systems. The degree has a set of core requirements, major requirements, and directed Electives. The core provides basic coursework to ensure that the graduate is well-rounded as an educated individual. The Major contains those computer science and software engineering courses that are fundamental to the field, regardless of any specialization. The Directed Electives provide depth beyond the Core to support the student’s professional preparation.
Program Educational Objectives
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science prepares our graduates to reach the following goals 3 to 5 years beyond graduation:
At the time of graduation, graduates should able to:
BSCS Program Requirements by Catalog Year
Academic Year 2010-11
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