Computing - BA

The Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers a Bachelor of Arts in Computing.

CSCE 110Programming I4
or CSCE 111   or Introduction to Computer Science Concepts and Programming 
CSCE 121Introduction to Program Design and Concepts4
CSCE 181Introduction to Computing1
CSCE 221Data Structures and Algorithms4
CSCE 222/ECEN 222Discrete Structures for Computing3
CSCE 312Computer Organization4
CSCE 313Introduction to Computer Systems4
CSCE 314Programming Languages3
CSCE 315Programming Studio3
CSCE 481Seminar1
Select one from the following:3
Principles of Statistics I
Introduction to Biometry
Statistical Methods
Statistical Methods
Prescribed electives 19
Free electives 229
College and University Requirements
ENGL 104Composition and Rhetoric3
Select one from the following:3
Public Speaking
Communication for Technical Professions
Argumentation and Debate
Writing about Literature
Technical and Business Writing
Literature in English6
Select one from the following:3
Mathematical Concepts—Calculus
Business Calculus
Calculus I for Biological Sciences
Engineering Mathematics I
Analytic Geometry and Calculus
Select one from the following:3
Finite Mathematics
Calculus II for Biological Sciences
Engineering Mathematics II
Introduction to Logic
Life and physical sciences9
PHIL 482/ENGR 482Ethics and Engineering3
Creative arts3
Social and behavioral sciences3
American history6
Government/Political science6
Total Semester Credit Hours120

All CSCE courses (excluding the prescribed electives) require a grade of C or better.