Jun 27, 2022
Admission into the Computer Science Major
Students choosing to major in Computer Science begin as Pre-Computer Science majors. Students with an institutional GPA of at least 2.0 may declare a major in Computer Science upon completion of CSCI 1302 with a grade of C or better.
Core Requirements for Computer Science Majors
Students pursuing a computer science curriculum should complete the core requirements for Science Majors listed in the Core Curriculum . Please note that these requirements are different from those for the Bachelor of Business Administration.
Bachelor of Business Administration Curriculum
A student pursuing a business administration curriculum may choose an area of major concentration from one of the following: Accounting, Finance, Management, Management Information Systems, or Marketing. All courses listed below carry 3 semester hours of credit, except as noted.
Core Areas A-E (with Overlay Areas I, II, and III): 42
Since the core curriculum (Areas A,B,C,D,E, and F) is preparatory, the student must take these courses during the freshman and sophomore years.
Area D: 11 or 12
- Two lab sciences (does not have to be sequence)
(extra hour to electives)
- One additional math or science (MATH 1220 - Applied Calculus must be taken as an elective if not taken in Area D.)
Requirements for Enrolling in HCoB Upper Division Courses
In order to enroll in any upper division courses taught by the HCoB, students must have completed the specific prerequisites for the courses and must have met the following admissions requirements:
- Completion of at least 45 semester hours of courses.
- Completion of the following core courses with an overall GPA of at least 2.5 on these six courses: ENGL 1101 , ENGL 1102 , MATH 1111 , ACCT 2101 , ECON 2106 (or ECON 2105 ), MINF 2201 . Students may retake any of these courses and only the most recent grade in the course will count toward the minimum GPA.
- Students will be advised to enroll in the following three courses as soon as possible: ACCT 2102 , ECON 2105 (or ECON 2106 ), MGMT 2106 .
Core Curriculum Area F: 18
(Grade of C or better is required in all these courses)
Choose one 4-credit laboratory course from Core Area D for science or non-science majors except: 4
(Grade of C or better is required in all these courses): 31
Select one of the following courses: 3
Select six hours from the following courses: 6
Electives (at least 3 upper level): 20
Scaled Score of 140 or Higher on ETS Major Field Test
Total Hours for the Degree: 124