Jan Plane, associate professor of computer science, was the keynote speaker at the workshop “A Deep Dive by EDU Change Makers,” hosted April 27 by […]
Computer and Data Sciences combines technical skills with the liberal arts to hone problem-solving skills that may be used in a wide array of settings. The major in computer science prepares a student for a wide variety of jobs in computer science or the pursuit of a graduate degree. The five courses of the minor build the core skills necessary to use computer applications and data analysis across disciplinary contexts. The integrated majors with mathematical sciences, chemistry and physics deepen these skills while developing specific disciplinary expertise in these sciences. The interdisciplinary computer science major allows a student to craft a personalized approach to computer science, data science and the liberal arts by working with an academic advisor to select a sequence of courses from other disciplines to create innovative combinations of technical skills and liberal arts inquiry. Each integrated major requires students to complete a culminating project applying computer and data sciences to the other discipline; these projects take place in the senior seminar. No student may complete both an integrated computer science major and also complete a major in the associated department (e.g., a student may not major in Physics and Integrated Computer Science-Physics).
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Associate Professor of Physics, Harrison E. Farnsworth 1918 Endowed Chair in Physics
Professor of Chemistry, L. Leone Oyster 1919 Chair in Chemistry
Associate Professor of Physics
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Associate Professor of Mathematics, Chair of Mathematical Sciences Department
Associate Professor of Chemistry
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|Requirements for a major in Computer Science
|Total Credits for a Computer Science Major: 40 credits
|MTH 123, 248; CSC 101, 209, 236, 336, 501,
502; 8 additional credits from CSC 259, 260, 371, 411; and 4 credits from MTH 220, 246, 409, CSC
259, 260, 300, 371, 397, 398, 399, 411, 436.
|Other Classes to consider
|The Computer Science Major cannot be completed in
conjunction with any of the other Majors/Minors listed below with the exception of the Data Science
Minor - in which case one additional upper-level course in CSC must be added to minimize the
|Requirements for a minor in Computer Sciences
|Total Credits for a Computer Science Minor: 20 credits
|CSC 101 Introduction to Programming, 209 Object-Oriented Programming, 236 Data Analysis and Visualization, 336 Data Structures and Algorithms
|4 additional credits in CSC
- Skills in problem-solving, oral presentation writing and critical thinking are introduced and reinforced throughout the five core courses of the minor. Skills then are refined and developed at the upper division.