1 COMPUTER SCIENCE 120 Hours (revised 11/04/2015) Freshman Year Credit Sophomore Year Credit UNIV CMPS CMPS CMPS CMPS CMPS EECE CMPS ENGL CMPS ENGL MATH MATH Elective (LIT) 5 3 MATH Electives (SCI) 3,6 6 Elective (BHSC) 2,3 3 Concentration Elective 7 3 Elective (HIST) Junior Year Credit Senior Year Credit CMPS CMPS CMPS CMPS CMPS CMPS 4xx 3 STAT 325 or Elective (CMPS) 8 3 ENGL Concentration Electives 7 9 STAT Elective (BHSC) 2,3 3 Elective (CMCN) 9 3 Electives (ARTS) 4 3 Elective (SCI) 3,6 4 Electives 4 Concentration Elective This program is accredited by the Computing Sciences Accreditation Board (CSAB/ABET). Students will be allowed to enter Upper Division if they have earned a grade of "C" or better in CMPS 261. To qualify for graduation, a student must earn a grade of "C" or better in all CMPS, MATH, STAT, and EECE courses which are applied to the degree, as well as all concentration electives. 1 On the third grade of W, D, or F in any of these courses, the student will not be permitted to continue pursuing a major in Computer Science at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2 To be chosen from Anthropology, Geography, Economics, Political Science, Psychology, or Sociology. At least 3 hours of behavioral science must be at the 200-level or above. 3 Selection may depend on concentration. 4 To be chosen from DANC, MUS, THEA, or VIAR, ARCH or Design. 5 Any course in ENGL or MODL that focuses on literary texts. 6 Must include both biological and physical sciences. All three courses must be courses for science majors. One of these courses must be taken with its associated lab. 7 Concentrations: Video Game Design and Development, Cognitive Science, Information Technology, Scientific Computing, and Computer Engineering. A list of courses that satisfy concentration electives is available in the CMPS department. 8 Must be a course for majors. 9 CMCN 100, 101, 202, 203, 302, or 310, ENGL 360, THEA 261.
2 Cognitive Science CMPS 1 CMPS 1 ENGL 351 ELECT 2 ELECT 2 CONCENTRATION AREAS & REQUIREMENTS 2015 Revised: October 2015 Linguistics 1 Chosen from CMPS 415, 420, 452 or 359/499s that apply to the concentration 2 Chosen from PSYC 313, 315, 330, 340, 360; ENGL 425, 452, 458; PHIL 342, 349, 361, 448; INFX 301 Note: This concentration requires PSYC 110 as a BHSC elective. Computer Engineering MATH 302/350 Calculus III / Differential Equations EECE 240 Digital Systems EECE 355 Circuits and Signals EECE 1 EECE 1 1 Chosen from EECE 233, 335, 340, 413 Note: This concentration requires PHYS 201/207, 202/208, 215 and 216 to satisfy the physical sciences. Information Technology CMPS CMPS 1 ACCT 201 ELECT 2 ELECT 2 Principles of Accounting I 1 Chosen from CMPS 353,360, 420, 452, 359/499s that apply to concentration, or INFX 240, 320, 450, Choose from ACCT 202, MGMT 320, 350, 390, BLAW 310, 415, 425, ECON 300, 320, 330, BSAT 303 Scientific Computing CMPS CMPS 415 MATH 302 MATH 350 MATH 1 Scientific Computing Graphics Calculus III Differential Equations + If CMPS 352 not offered, choose from CMPS 3xx/4xx or MATH 3xx/4xx that applies to concentration. 1 Chosen from MATH 435, 440, 450, 455, 475, 481, 483, 487, 491, 493, 495 Video Game Design & Development CMPS 327 Introduction to Video Game Design & Development CMPS 427 Video Game Design & Development Choose 3 from the following: CMPS 359 (Gaming Topic), 415, 420, 452, 499 CMCN 365 ENGL 223, 325, 327 THEA 251, 300 VIAR 235, 335, 365, 366, 465 Note: This concentration requires PHYS 207 (or PHYS 201) as a SCI elective.
3 Summary of Computer Science Requirements Computer Science Core and Pre-requisite Structure MATH 109 Pre-Calculus Algebra (CMPS 150 Pre-requisite) MATH 109 & 110 Pre-Calculus Alg & Trig (CMPS 260 Pre-requisite) CMPS 150 Introduction to Computer Science CMPS 260 Introduction to Data Structures EECE 140 Computer Engineering CMPS 261 Advanced Data Structures CMPS 310 Computers in Society CMPS 351 Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming MATH 270 Calculus I (CMPS 261 Pre-requisite) CMPS 341 Foundations of Computer Science CMPS 340 Design & Analysis of Algorithms CMPS 453 Introduction to Software Methodology CMPS 460 Database Management Systems CMPS 450 Programming Languages CMPS 455 Operating System Theory CMPS 430 Computer Architecture Computer Science Electives CMPS 327 Introduction to Video Game Design and Development CMPS 352 Scientific Computing CMPS 353 Principles of File Organization CMPS 358 C# /.Net Software Development CMPS 359 Topics in Software Development (1-3 Credits) CMPS 360 Programming in Java CMPS 415 Computer Graphics CMPS 420 Artificial Intelligence CMPS 427 Video Game Design and Development CMPS 440 Theory of Computation CMPS 451 Compiler Construction CMPS 452 Human-Computer Interface Design CMPS 490 Senior Project CMPS 497/498 Special Projects CMPS 499 Special Topics in Computer Science
4 SCIENCE ELECTIVES Physical Sciences Lectures CHEM hrs CHEM hrs GEOL hrs GEOL hrs PHYS hrs PHYS hrs PHYS hrs ** PHYS hrs ** Biological Sciences Lectures BIOL hrs BIOL hrs BIOL hrs ** BIOL hrs ** Physical Sciences Labs CHEM hrs (pre-requisite is CHEM 108) GEOL hr GEOL hr PHYS hr Biological Sciences Labs BIOL hr BIOL hr BIOL hr ** these science lectures are those required by PHYS and BIOL majors A student must select 9 hours of lecture, where at least one biological science and one physical science are included in the 9 hours. A student must also select one respective lab. Students in the Computer Engineering concentration must take PHYS 207/208 for 6 of their 9 lecture hours and PHYS 215 as the required lab. They are allowed, however, to take PHYS 201/202, which is the calculus-based sequence. Note: Students in the Computer Engineering concentration must earn a grade of C or better in PHYS 202 if they choose EECE 335 as one of their concentration electives. NOTES: Students who wish to enroll for a Special Project (CMPS 497 or 498) must have completed CMPS 341, CMPS 351, and MATH 301, and have an overall GPA of 2.5 or better. Students who wish to enroll in the Senior Project course (CMPS 490) must have completed 3 hours of 400-level CMPS courses, with a grade of 'C' or better, and permission of instructor.
5 LITERATURE ELECTIVES ENGLISH Any ENGL course that focuses on literary text. Linguistics, vocabulary development, and language courses do not qualify. DANCE DANC 101, 102, 113, 114 ARTS ELECTIVES MUSIC 105 (All Styles), 108 (Jazz), 109 (Broadway), 308 (Fund. of Music), 321/322 (Voice I/II), 323/324 (Piano Class), 325/326 (Guitar Class), 360 (Cajun & Zydeco Music), 362 (Creole & Black Music), 364 (Music of the World) THEATRE THEA 161, 261 VISUAL ARTS VIAR 120, 121, 122 DSGN 121 (Survey of Design) COMMUNICATIONS ELECTIVES COMMUNICATION CMCN 100 (Principles of Human Communication), 101 (for international students only) 202 (Argumentation & Debate), 203 (Honors 100), 212 (Introductory Newswriting) 302 (Competitive Forensics), 310 (Public Speaking) ENGL 360 (Advanced Writing) THEA 261 (Acting I) HISTORY - All courses except HIST 490 HISTORY ELECTIVES ANTHROPOLOGY Any ANTH course. ECONOMICS - 201, 202, 300 GEOGRAPHY Any GEOG course. POLITICAL SCIENCE Any POLS course. PSYCHOLOGY Any PSYC course. SOCIOLOGY Any SOCI course. BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES ELECTIVES At least one of the two BHSC requirements MUST be at the 200-level or above.
6 NON-CREDIT COURSES No Computer Science major may receive credit for ANY of the following: 1. ACSK courses 2. ADOS, All courses except ADOS BSAT 101, 205, 206, 306, 311, BCOM All courses 6. CMPS All courses for non-majors 7. ENGR ITEC MATH - No course that is a prerequisite to a required course: 92, 100, 105, 107, 140, 143, 117, 201, 206, 210, 217, 250, 317, Any KNEA courses beyond 4 credit hours 11. QMET 251, 252, STAT HONR 110, 210, 310, 410 ENTRANCE INTO UPPER DIVISION To enter Upper Division, you need to complete 30 hours of non-remedial courses, 3 hours in one of the sciences (BIOL/CHEM/GEOL/PHYS), AND have completed the following courses with a grade of C or better: ENGL 102 and CMPS 261 Students must also have an adjusted GPA of 2.3 or higher. Students must be in Upper Division to enroll in 400-level courses.
8 Advising The Computer Science Department has established an advising structure that is supported by the Computer Science faculty and graduate students. During the early advising period, you will be assigned to one of the faculty members by your last name. You may sign up with your advisor using the sign-up sheets in the CMPS Department office, Room 222. After the early advising period, students will be advised by either setting up an appointment with their faculty member advisor, or by setting up an appointment with the department's graduate student advisor in Room 222G. Appointments for Advising You must make an appointment with your assigned faculty advisor. Please refer to ULink to see who your faculty advisor is. During the early advising period, sign up for an advising appointment using the sign-up sheet in the CMPS Department office, Room 222. Schedule of Classes The Schedule of Classes can be accessed online. Select the Current Students Link, then the Schedules of Classes link under the heading Courses and Calendars. Use information found in the schedule of classes to complete a trial schedule before your appointment. Your advisor will clear your advising hold after you have completed an advising session with him/her. Advantages of Early Registration Scheduling is not something that should be done at the last minute. Taking some time to choose your classes wisely will help you graduate on schedule and also improves your performance each semester by distributing the workload of difficult project courses. Information about Courses and Curriculum Prerequisite A prerequisite is an academic requirement which must be satisfied prior to enrolling in a course. Corequisite A corequisite is an academic requirement which must be satisfied concurrent with enrolling in a course. A student requesting a course must be currently enrolled in all corequisites listed for that course or must otherwise satisfy the instructor and the head of the department that he/she has had the equivalent preparation. To obtain information about courses and the curriculum, consult the UL Lafayette catalog, the Computer Science Web Page ( or this Advising Handout. These sources of information include the curriculum, the prerequisite structure of the computer science core, courses which may be chosen to fulfill the various degree requirements, regular fall and spring course offerings, and courses which do not count towards your degree.
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