Bachelor of Arts

Incoming freshman (class of 2019) should be aware that Philosophy 200 will not be offered in the fall.  It is typically suggested that you take this class for the major, but for Fall 2015 you are suggested to use the open course for Common Course of Study or other requirements.  Philosophy 200 will be offered again Spring 2016 and Fall 2017.

The bachelor of arts in computer science meets the needs of students who seek a balanced education or the opportunity for interdisciplinary study.

The requirements for this degree are 32 courses including the following.

The Core Computer Science Courses:

A coherent, pre-approved (by the department) cluster of five or six courses outside the Department of Computer Science.

The Major Math Requirements:

  • MATH161 (Calculus I),
  • MATH182 (Discrete Structures).
  • MATH186 (Applied Statistics) [or MATH335 (Probability) & MATH336 (Mathematical Statistics), or PSYC120 (Quantitative Methods in Psychology) ].

Additional Major Requirements:

  • Phil 200 Introduction to Logic.

Incoming freshman (class of 2019) should be aware that Philosophy 200 will not be offered in the fall.  It is typically suggested that you take this class for the major, but for Fall 2015 you are suggested to use the open course for Common Course of Study or other requirements.  Philosophy 200 will be offered again Spring 2016 and Fall 2017.

Common Course of Study Requirements as indicated by the college, with the following notes.

The following should be completed by the end of Sophomore year.

  • An intro course (CS 104, CS 105, or CS 106),
  • Data Structures and Algorithms (CS 150),
  • Software Engineering (CS 205),
  • and Discrete Structures (Math 182).