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Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
 
The BSCS requires the successful completion of a total of 120 credit hours of instruction, 60 of which are at the upper level (junior and senior years).

A student must complete at least 30 credit hours in General Education to receive a BSCS degree. A student must also complete the BSCS core courses shown below. The remaining credit hours consist of major courses (if applicable) and/or elective courses.

The BSCS program offers three majors: Information Systems, Information Technology, and Software Engineering. For each major, the student must complete the courses listed in the corresponding major. Students may choose courses from other majors as electives. Students are not required to complete a major.

BSCS Program Objectives

Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to:
  • Apply design and development principles and methods to software design
  • Design and implement software systems
  • Demonstrate programming skills in internet, web, and computer applications
  • Apply principles and techniques of database design and tools for the management of database and information systems
  • Operate effectively in a team and business environment
BSCS Core Courses
CST 110 Management Information Systems
CST 120 Program Logic and Design
CST 125 Internet and Web Programming
CST 200 Computer Architecture and Organization
CST 210 Data Communications
CST 221 Programming in JavaScript
CST 222 Programming in Java
CST 315 Database Systems
CST 400 Systems Analysis and Design
CST 415 Data Structures
MATH 210 Finite Mathematics and Calculus I
MATH 211 Finite Mathematics and Calculus II
MGT 100 Introduction to Business
MGT 275 e-Commerce
BSCS Majors
Information Systems
Information Technology
Software Engineering
 

 MATH 105 (College Algebra) and MATH 106 (College Trigonometry) or MATH 200 (Business Mathematics) and STAT 200 (Basic Statistics)
 can be substituted for MATH 210 and MATH 211 if the student desires.
 
 
 
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