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2016-2017 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Computer Science - Applied Computer Science Option (CSAC) - BS Major


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BS Major - Computer Science


68-69 S.H. (no minor required)

Computer Science Electives - Available to All Options


Note:


‡ Only 3 credits may be applied to the major or minor.

Applied Computer Science Option Requirements


30-31 S.H. in addition to core requirements above (No Minor Required)

Electives (3 S.H.)


  • Choose from list of “Computer Science Electives” above

ACS Emphasis (15-16 S.H.) - Choose one emphasis area:


General Education Program (GEP) Required Courses (1† S.H.)

Notes:

† 7 S.H. count as GEP requirements and are not counted as part of the major.
*”additional requirements” course as defined the WSU Undergraduate catalog.

Computer Information Systems Emphasis (15 S.H.)


General Education Program (GEP) Required Courses (0† S.H.)

General Education Program (GEP) Required Courses (0† S.H.) 

Notes:

† 6 S.H. count as GEP requirements and are not counted as part of the major.
*”additional requirements” course as defined in the WSU Undergraduate catalog.

Human Computer Interaction Emphasis (15 S.H.)


General Education Program (GEP) Required Courses (0† S.H.)

Notes:

†3 S.H. count as GEP requirements and are not counted as part of the major.
*”additional requirements” course as defined in the WSU Undergraduate catalog.

Graduate School Recommendations:


1. Students who intend to go to graduate school in computer science will need to complete both of the following:

2. It is also recommended that students who intend to study in a bioinformatics graduate program take more biology and chemistry courses, such as △ BIOL 308 - Cell Biology , BIOL 430 - Molecular Biology , and CHEM 351 - Principles of Organic Chemistry II  in their open electives.

Legend


◎ = Oral Intensive

◆ = Math/Critical Analysis Intensive

△ = Writing Intensive

✽ = Physical Development and Wellness Graduation Requirement

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