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The following are the requirements for the dual Computer Science/Mathematics BA or BS degree. It does not represent a contract and may have errors. Please consult the current catalog and your advisor.  This degree is ideal for the student who wishes to attend graduate school in either Computer Science or Mathematics.   

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Tentative Course Offerings by Term

Computer Science

Mathematics

Lower Division     
Course    Description    Credits    Course    Description    Credits   
CS 160    Introduction to Computer Science    3    MTH 251    Calculus I    5   
CS 161    Computer Science I     5    MTH 252    Calculus II    5   
CS 162    Computer Science II    5    MTH 253    Calculus II Sequences and Series    3   
CS 260    Data Structures I    3    MTH 254    Mulivariate Calculus    5   
CS 262    Programming Languages    2    MTH 280    Introduction to Proof    4   
CS 271    Computer Organization    4    MTH 341    Linear Algebra I    4   
MTH 344    Group Theory    4   
Upper Division    MTH 355    Discrete Mathematics    4   
Course    Description    Credits    MTH 365    Mathematical Probability    4   
CS 311    Data Structures II    3    MTH 366    Mathematical Statistics    4   
CS 315    Theory of Programming Languages    3     
CS 345     Theory of Computation I    3    Choose three electives from the following:   
CS 372    Operating Systems    3    Course    Description    Credits   
CS 406    Senior Seminar    1    MTH 311    Advanced Calculus    4   
CS 420    Data Management Systems    3    MTH 314    Differential Equations    4   
CS 425    System Analysis and Design    3    MTH 345    Ring Theory    4   
CS 430    Software Implementation and Testing    3    MTH 346    Number Theory    4   
MTH 351    Intro to Numerical Analysis    4   
Choose 9 hours from ONE of the following sequences:    MTH 358    Mathematical Modeling    4   
Computational Theory    MTH 420    Spc Top:  Applied Mathematics    3   
Course    Description    Credits    MTH 441    Linear Algebra II    4   
CS 440    Analysis of Algorithms    3    MTH 451    Numerical Analysis    4   
CS 445    Theory of Computation    3    MTH 460    Spc Top: Probability and Statistics    3   
CS 447    Compiler Design    3     
CS 449    Topics in Computational Theory    3       
System Management    Liberal Arts Core Curriculum (Total Credits)    55   
Course    Description    Credits    Computer Science (Total Credits)    53   
CS 450    Network Fundamentals    3    Mathematics (Total Credits)    53-54   
CS 451    Management of Information Systems    3    Electives (BA/BS Degree Requirements)    Varies   
CS 452    Internet Communications    3    Minimum hours required for CS Degree    180   
CS 453    Data Mining and Warehousing    3     
CS 459    Topics in System Management    3     
Software Engineering     
Course    Description    Credits     
CS 471    Metrics and Testing    4     
CS 472    Operating Systems:  Advanced Topics    3     
CS 474    Concurrent Systems    3     
CS 475    Applied Computational Intelligence    3     
CS 479    Topics in Software Engineering    3     

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