Associate Professor Takako Soma
Instructor Zheng Huang
The Department of Computer Science offers both a major and minor in Computer Science. The primary focus of the major in Computer Science is for students to learn a solid practical foundation in software development (algorithm development and programming). Students also learn the fundamentals of theory and hardware, and how both relate to software. Students further have the opportunity to learn various advanced topics by taking elective courses in computer science. Students are carefully advised by faculty members of the department. The major in computer science helps to prepare students for a career in the field and/or further study in a graduate program. The ACM curriculum recommendations are used as guidelines to create the computer science curriculum.
A student must earn a grade of ‘C-’ (1.67) or better in all classes for a major or minor in Computer Science with an average of 2.00 or above in computer science and 2.00 or above in MA 201.
Prerequisites for Computer Science courses must be completed with a grade of ‘C-’ or above.
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