B.S. Combined Majors for Computer Science and Mathematics

For Students Entering in Fall 2008 or Later

December 20, 2012

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The College of Computer and Information Science
and the Department of Mathematics
reserve the right to modify
the curriculum described in this document or the individual courses
as necessary in the future.

Revision of September 13, 2012:

- Changes the definition of CS elective to the common definition that allows most CS and IS courses.

Revision of December 20, 2012:

- Notes the changes in offering the Overview and Co-op Preparation courses.

Computer Science (49 or 50 SH: 11 @ 4 SH, 5 or 6 @ 1 SH)

Required Computer Science Courses (41 or 42 SH)

Freshmen and certain transfers will take CS 1200
during Fall semester.

Starting in Fall 2012, all students will take CS 1210
in the semester before going on co-op.

Prior to Fall 2012, transfers took CS 1220 instead
of CS 1210. Starting in Fall 2012, CS 1220 will not be offered.

CS 1200
CS/IS Overview 1
1

CS 1210
CS/IS Overview 2: Co-op Preparation
1

CS 1220
CS/IS Co-op Preparation
1

Freshman level courses with labs or recitations

CS 1800
Discrete Structures
4

CS 1801
Recitation for CS 1800
0

CS 2500
Fundamentals of Computer Science 1
4

CS 2501
Lab for CS 2500
1

CS 2510
Fundamentals of Computer Science 2
4

CS 2511
Lab for CS 2510
1

CS 2800
Logic and Computation
4

CS 2801
Lab for CS 2800
1

Upper level courses

CS 3500
Object-Oriented Design
4

CS 3800
Theory of Computation
4

CS 4300
Computer Graphics
4

CS 4500
Software Development
4

CS 4800
Algorithms & Data
4

Note: CS 4300 satisfies the Capstone Requirement.

Senior Seminar

CS 4000 (CS U600)
Senior Seminar
1

Computer Science Elective Requirements (8 SH)

CS Elective 1
4

CS Elective 2
4

A CS elective is a 4 SH course that is not already required
and that is in the ranges:

- CS 2600 or higher, except CS 5010
- IS 2000 or higher, except IS 4900

English (8 SH: 2 @ 4 SH)

ENGL 1111
College Writing
4

ENGL 3302
Advanced Writing in the Technical Professions
4

With permission, you may substitute ENGL 3301 for ENGL 3302.

ENGL 3301
Advanced Writing in the Disciplines
4

Mathematics (45 SH: 11 @ 4 SH, 1 @ 1 SH)

Required Mathematics Courses (33 SH)

MATH 1341
Calculus 1 for Science and Engineering
4

MATH 1342
Calculus 2 for Science and Engineering
4

MATH 2321
Calculus 3 for Science and Engineering
4

MATH 2331
Linear Algebra
4

MATH 2351
Ordinary Differential Equations
4

MATH 3081
Probability and Statistics
4

MATH 3175
Group Theory
4

MATH 3527
Number Theory
4

MATH 3000
Co-op Reflection Seminar 1
1

To be taken after the first co-op is completed.

Mathematics Elective Requirements (12 SH)

Mathematics Elective 1
4

Mathematics Elective 2
4

Mathematics Elective 3
4

Mathematics elective:
MATH 3000 or higher but excluding all courses related
to the actuarial exam.

General Requirements (4 SH: 1 @ 4 SH)

SOCL 4528
Computers & Society
4

General Electives (28 SH: 7 @ 4 SH)

Elective 1: Level 1 Arts/Humanities Core
4

Elective 2: Level 1 Social Sciences Core
4

Elective 3
4

Elective 4
4

Elective 5
4

Elective 6
4

Elective 7
4

The general electives must be consistent with the policy
on general electives articulated by the College of
Computer and Information Science on the college web site.

NU Core

2 of the general electives must be used to satisfy:

Level 1 Arts/Humanities Core

Level 1 Social Sciences Core

Comparative Cultures Requirement

The Comparative Cultures Requirement must be satisfied. If this is done
by taking a course then this course must be one of the general electives
that is taken in addition to the NU Core Level 1 electives.

Integrative Courses

See CS 1800 Discrete Structures.

See CS 2800 Logic and Computation.

See CS 4300 Computer Graphics.