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Computer Science

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Students in the Computer Science program concentrate their studies in software development, computer architecture, software engineering, and operating systems. Graduates typically go on to work in software and technology industries or continue with graduate studies in the computer sciences. 

If you have any questions, please contact Ken Grenier.

Requirements for a Bachelor of Science with a Major in Computer Science
(48-49 credits)

Required:
CSCI 140 Computer Systems
CSCI 195 Object-Oriented Programming I
CSCI 270 Network and Data Communications
CSCI 281 Discrete Structures
CSCI 294 Contemporary Programming
CSCI 295 Object-Oriented Programming II
CSCI 310 Data Structures
CSCI 435 Legal and Ethical Issues in Computing

Select five courses from: 
CSCI 300 Systems Analysis and Design
CSCI 320 Computer Architecture
CSCI 330 Web Programming
CSCI 360 Database Management Systems
CSCI 393 Algorithm Design and Analysis
CSCI 400 Programming Language Concepts
CSCI 410 Operating Systems
MATH 191 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

Electives:
Select 9 credits of CSCI at the 200 level or above. See Courses

Requirements for a Minor in Computer Science (18 credits)

Required:
CSCI 140 Computer Systems
CSCI 195 Object-Oriented Programming I
CSCI 270 Network and Data Communications
CSCI 295 Object-Oriented Programming II
CSCI 360 Database Management Systems

One programming course from:
CSCI 294 Contemporary Programming
CSCI 310 Data Structures
CSCI 330 Web Programming

Program Courses listed in the Course Catalog