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1 7/7/15 COMPUTER SCIENCE 600BS Bachel of Science in Computer Science-System Track Attention students who were admitted to this program pri to Fall 015, please refer to the curriculum guide found on page 5. The curriculum guide below on this page is f students admitted to this program f Fall 015 later. The following infmation has official approval of the Department of Computer Science, but is intended only as a supplemental guide. Official degree requirements are established at the time of transfer and admission to the degree-granting college. Students should refer to the Degree Auditing Repting System (DARS) which is definitive f graduation requirements. Completion of this degree within the identified time frame below is contingent upon many facts, including but not limited to: class availability, total number of required credits, wk schedule, finances, family, course drops/withdrawals, successfully passing courses, prerequisites, among others. The transfer process is completed through an appointment with your Academic Advis. Italicized courses fulfill General Education requirements. Unless a course is specified, refer to the General Education guide at CURRICULUM GUIDE FOR STUDENTS ADMITTED TO THIS PROGRAM FOR FALL 015 OR LATER: 1 st Year Fall Semester Credit Hours Prerequisites English Composition I Requirement (Note d) Appropriate placement by advis 7700:101 Beginning Language I American Sign Language I (Note a) 50:08 *Introduction to Discrete Mathematics (Note b) 50:15 50:19 with a C- better equivalent 60:09 *Computer Science I 50:15 50:19 with a C- better equivalent Total st Year Spring Semester English Composition II Requirement (Note d) 00:111 equivalent 7700:10 Beginning Language II American Sign Language II (Note a) Beginning Language I 7700:101 60:10 *Computer Science II 50:08 and 60:09 with a C- better 50:1 *Analytic Geometry-Calculus I 50:19 with a C- better equivalent Physical Education/Wellness Requirement 1 Total * Preadmission Requirement must be completed pri to applying f admission into the Computer Science program. nd Year Fall Semester 50: Analytic Geometry-Calculus II 50:1 with a C- better 60:1 Object Oriented Programming 60:10 with a C- better Intermediate Language I American Sign Language III 7700:01 General Elective (Note e) Speech/Oral Communication Requirement Total 15 Beginning Language II 7700:10 nd Year Spring Semester Intermediate Language II 1 Beginning Language II

2 7700:0 7700: American Sign Language IV -AND Survey of Deaf Culture in America 7700:01 Sign Language students only 60:80 Software Engineering 60:10 with a C- better 60:16 Data Structures 60:10 & 50:1 50:15, C- better 60:xx/xx Upper Level Computer Science Elective (Note e) Natural Science Requirement Total rd Year Fall Semester Humanities Elective Natural Science Requirement 70:61 70:01 Applied Statistics Probability and Statistics f Engineers 50: equivalent 50: equivalent 50:0 Computer Systems 60:09 50:08, and 50:08 50:0 60:07 Internet Systems Programming 60:10 with a C- better Total rd Year Spring Semester 00:10 Humanities in the Western Tradition 00:1 Humanities in the Wld Since 100 Social Science Requirement 60:6 Operating Systems 50:5 -- Operating Systems Concepts 60:xx/ Upper Level Computer Science Elective (Note xx e) Area Studies/Cultural Diversity Requirement Total 15 credits & 00:11 equivalent credits & 00:11 equivalent 60:10 and 60:06 50:0 equivalent with a C- better 50:0 and 60:10 th Year Fall Semester Humanities Requirement 60:5 Algithms 60:16 with a C- better 60:xx/ Upper Level Computer Science Elective (Note xx e) Social Science Requirement Total 1 th Year Spring Semester 60:90 Seni Seminar in Computer Science 60:xx/ Upper Level Computer Science Elective a xx related field (Notes c, e) 60:xx/ Upper Level Computer Science Elective a xx related field (Notes c, e) General Electives (Note e) Area Studies/Cultural Diversity Requirement Total 1 At least 0 hours of 60 (Computer Science) courses Total Credits f Degree 10 min ALERT: 1) By the end of your first 8 credit hours attempted, you must have completed your General Education English, Math, and Communications (Speech) requirements; ) By the end of your first 8 credit hours attempted, you must have declared a maj and transferred to (been accepted by) a degree granting college at The University of Akron.

3 NOTES: a. Demonstration of ability to use another language by completion of the second year of a feign language sign language is required. See your advis f placement. Please note that all four semesters must be completed in the SAME language and it s recommended you begin your first language class as soon as possible. b. A continuing student who has not already completed Introduction to Computer Science, 60:09, should take Discrete Mathematics first (50:08) as a cequisite. The crect mathematics sequence is as follows: Discrete Mathematics (*Precalculus may be required per placement test results.) Analytic Geometry-Calculus I Analytic Geometry-Calculus II c. Electives in areas related to Computer Science may include courses from: Engineering, Physics, Business d. F English Composition I, 00:111 (English Composition I) 00:11 (African-American Language and Culture I) are the recommended classes to the meet the General Education English requirement. 00:11 (English) fulfills the English Composition I requirement. F English Composition II, 00:11 (English Composition II) 00:11 (African-American Language and Culture II) are the recommended classes to the meet the General Education English requirement. 00: (Technical Rept Writing) fulfills the English Composition II requirement. e. General electives can be any course not already required by your maj and Upper Level (00/00) electives can be any course in outside your maj excluding wkshops. Interim Chair of the Department of Computer Science Dr. David Steer, (0) Address: IN GENERAL: Since 1951 when the first computer was installed f commercial use, computer systems have become increasingly imptant to everyday life. Today these machines bill customers, register students, recd airline and hotel reservations, and monit facty production processes. Scientific and engineering research relies on computer systems to solve complex equations as well as to collect, ste and st vast amounts of data. Indeed, the entire space explation efft would be impossible without reliable computers. The field of computer science is relatively young and is expected to enjoy continued growth through the next decade. A graduate with good credentials can expect to find a wide range of potential employers. It is imptant f the student in Computer Science to be dedicated to acquisition of the knowledge and skill of the expert and to enjoy problem-solving in detail. As good as some of the new machines are, they are only as good as the people behind them. SALARY LEVEL: The starting salary range depends on the job categy, the employer, and the job locale. It appears to fluctuate with the cost of living but is equal to that f engineers (approximately $,00 per month). PLACEMENT: A student is encouraged to check with his/her maj department and with the Career Center, Student Union 11, (0) , regarding employment opptunities in the field. COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES: Degree requirements in Arts & Sciences include the demonstration of ability to use another language by completion of the second year of a feign language sign language and a minimum of 0 credits of 00/00 level courses (excluding wkshops) consisting of either: Upper level (00/00) courses both in and outside the student s maj Any courses outside the maj department as specified in and approved by the student s maj department chair (permission should be obtained pri to enrollment) except wkshops TRANSFER TO COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES: Students should apply to the college upon the attainment of: completion of 50:08, 50:1, 60:09, and 60:10 a cumulative GPA of.0 better (includes transfer coursewk until 0 credits are earned at UA) a maj GPA of.0 better (includes transfer coursewk until 0 credits are earned at UA)

4 0 credits completed including both required English composition courses and credits of mathematics statistics that meets the General Education requirement COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM: The cooperative education program is open to students in computer science. After completing 50:0 and 60:16, a student alternates a semester of paid employment in his/her maj field of interest with a semester of study until the seni year. The program enables a student, during college, to integrate classroom instruction with practical and valuable on-the-job experience with business, industry, government agencies other employers. To obtain additional infmation on program benefits, eligibility requirements to apply f the program, contact the Co-op staff in Student Union 11, (0)

5 7/7/15 COMPUTER SCIENCE 600BS Bachel of Science in Computer Science-System Track Attention students who were admitted to this program pri to Fall 015, please refer to the curriculum guide below on this page. The curriculum guide above is f students admitted to this program f Fall 015 later. The following infmation has official approval of the Department of Computer Science, but is intended only as a supplemental guide. Official degree requirements are established at the time of transfer and admission to the degree-granting college. Students should refer to the Degree Auditing Repting System (DARS) which is definitive f graduation requirements. Completion of this degree within the identified time frame below is contingent upon many facts, including but not limited to: class availability, total number of required credits, wk schedule, finances, family, course drops/withdrawals, successfully passing courses, prerequisites, among others. The transfer process is completed through an appointment with your Academic Advis. Italicized courses fulfill General Education requirements. Unless a course is specified, refer to the General Education guide at CURRICULUM GUIDE FOR STUDENTS ADMITTED TO THIS PROGRAM PRIOR TO FALL 015: 1 st Year Fall Semester Credit Hours Prerequisites English Composition I Requirement (Note d) Appropriate placement by advis 7700:101 Beginning Language I American Sign Language I (Note a) 50:08 *Introduction to Discrete Mathematics (Note b) 50:15 50:19 with a C- better equivalent 60:09 *Computer Science I 50:15 50:19 with a C- better equivalent Total st Year Spring Semester English Composition II Requirement (Note d) 00:111 equivalent 7700:10 Beginning Language II American Sign Language II (Note a) Beginning Language I 7700:101 60:10 *Computer Science II 50:08 and 60:09 with a C- better 50:1 *Analytic Geometry-Calculus I 50:19 with a C- better equivalent Physical Education/Wellness Requirement 1 Total * Preadmission Requirement must be completed pri to applying f admission into the Computer Science program. nd Year Fall Semester 50: Analytic Geometry-Calculus II 50:1 with a C- better 60:1 Object Oriented Programming 60:10 with a C- better Intermediate Language I American Sign Language III 7700:01 General Elective (Note e) Speech/Oral Communication Requirement Total 16 Beginning Language II 7700:10 nd Year Spring Semester Intermediate Language II 5 Beginning Language II

6 7700:0 7700: American Sign Language IV -AND Survey of Deaf Culture in America 7700:01 Sign Language students only 50:0 Computer Systems 60:09 50:08, and 50:08 50:0 60:16 Data Structures 60:10 & 50:1 50:15, C- better 60:xx/xx Upper Level Computer Science Elective (Note e) Natural Science Requirement Total rd Year Fall Semester Humanities Elective Natural Science Requirement 70:61 70:01 60:6 Applied Statistics Probability and Statistics f Engineers Operating Systems 50: equivalent 50: equivalent 60:10 and 60:06 50:0 equivalent with a C- better 50:0 and 60:10 50:5 Operating Systems Concepts 60:07 Internet Systems Programming 60:10 with a C- better Total rd Year Spring Semester 00:10 Humanities in the Western Tradition credits & 00:11 equivalent 00:1 Humanities in the Wld Since 100 credits & 00:11 equivalent Social Science Requirement 60:80 Software Engineering 60:10 with a C- better 60:xx/ Upper Level Computer Science Elective (Note xx e) Area Studies/Cultural Diversity Requirement Total 15 th Year Fall Semester Humanities Requirement 60:5 Algithms 60:16 with a C- better 60:xx/ Upper Level Computer Science Elective (Note xx xxxx:xx/ xx e) Upper Level Elective (Note e) Social Science Requirement Total 16 th Year Spring Semester 60:90 Seni Seminar in Computer Science 60:xx/ Upper Level Computer Science Elective a xx related field (Notes c, e) 60:xx/ Upper Level Computer Science Elective a xx related field (Notes c, e) General Electives (Note e) 1-5 Area Studies/Cultural Diversity Requirement Total 1-16 At least 0 hours of 60 (Computer Science) courses Total Credits f Degree 18 min 6

7 ALERT: 1) By the end of your first 8 credit hours attempted, you must have completed your General Education English, Math, and Communications (Speech) requirements; ) By the end of your first 8 credit hours attempted, you must have declared a maj and transferred to (been accepted by) a degree granting college at The University of Akron. NOTES: a. Demonstration of ability to use another language by completion of the second year of a feign language sign language is required. See your advis f placement. Please note that all four semesters must be completed in the SAME language and it s recommended you begin your first language class as soon as possible. b. A continuing student who has not already completed Introduction to Computer Science, 60:09, should take Discrete Mathematics first (50:08) as a cequisite. The crect mathematics sequence is as follows: Discrete Mathematics (*Precalculus may be required per placement test results.) Analytic Geometry-Calculus I Analytic Geometry-Calculus II c. Electives in areas related to Computer Science may include courses from: Engineering, Physics, Business d. F English Composition I, 00:111 (English Composition I) 00:11 (African-American Language and Culture I) are the recommended classes to the meet the General Education English requirement. 00:11 (English) fulfills the English Composition I requirement. F English Composition II, 00:11 (English Composition II) 00:11 (African- American Language and Culture II) are the recommended classes to the meet the General Education English requirement. 00: (Technical Rept Writing) fulfills the English Composition II requirement. e. General electives can be any course not already required by your maj and Upper Level (00/00) electives can be any course in outside your maj excluding General Education courses and wkshops. Interim Chair of the Department of Computer Science Dr. David Steer, (0) Address: IN GENERAL: Since 1951 when the first computer was installed f commercial use, computer systems have become increasingly imptant to everyday life. Today these machines bill customers, register students, recd airline and hotel reservations, and monit facty production processes. Scientific and engineering research relies on computer systems to solve complex equations as well as to collect, ste and st vast amounts of data. Indeed, the entire space explation efft would be impossible without reliable computers. The field of computer science is relatively young and is expected to enjoy continued growth through the next decade. A graduate with good credentials can expect to find a wide range of potential employers. It is imptant f the student in Computer Science to be dedicated to acquisition of the knowledge and skill of the expert and to enjoy problem-solving in detail. As good as some of the new machines are, they are only as good as the people behind them. SALARY LEVEL: The starting salary range depends on the job categy, the employer, and the job locale. It appears to fluctuate with the cost of living but is equal to that f engineers (approximately $,00 per month). PLACEMENT: A student is encouraged to check with his/her maj department and with the Career Center, Student Union 11, (0) , regarding employment opptunities in the field. COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES: Degree requirements in Arts & Sciences include the demonstration of ability to use another language by completion of the second year of a feign language sign language and a minimum of 7 credits of 00/00 level courses (excluding wkshops and General Education courses) consisting of either: Upper level (00/00) courses both in and outside the student s maj Any courses outside the maj department as specified in and approved by the student s maj department chair (permission should be obtained pri to enrollment) except wkshops and General Education courses TRANSFER TO COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES: Students should apply to the college upon the attainment of: completion of 50:08, 50:1, 60:09, and 60:10 a cumulative GPA of.0 better (includes transfer coursewk until 0 credits are earned at UA) 7

8 a maj GPA of.0 better (includes transfer coursewk until 0 credits are earned at UA) 0 credits completed including both required English composition courses and credits of mathematics statistics that meets the General Education requirement COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAM: The cooperative education program is open to students in computer science. After completing 50:0 and 60:16, a student alternates a semester of paid employment in his/her maj field of interest with a semester of study until the seni year. The program enables a student, during college, to integrate classroom instruction with practical and valuable on-the-job experience with business, industry, government agencies other employers. To obtain additional infmation on program benefits, eligibility requirements to apply f the program, contact the Co-op staff in Student Union 11, (0)

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