Computer Science

Studying Computer Science

Computer scientists are trained in the theory of computation and the design of computer systems. The computer science discipline is associated to mathematics and includes topics ranging from theoretical (such as studies of the limits of computation) to practical (such as issues of implementing computing systems). The scope of work for computer scientists falls into three categories: designing and implementing software, devising new ways to use computers, and developing effective algorithms to solve computing problems.

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To Graduate

Major Core Requirements: 25 Credits
Core Requirements: 48 Credits
General Education Requirements (GER): 26 Credits
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