The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program emphasizes the traditional study of computer science, with an emphasis on mathematical rigor, theoretical foundations and computer architecture. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science program is accreditated by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
- Program Description 2020/21
- Typical 4-Year Sequence
- Semester Flowchart
- Flowchart of Course Dependencies 2017-18 remained the same till 2019/2020 (Prior Year Flowcharts)
- Program Objectives and Student Outcomes
Program requirements change from year to year. Students need to complete course requirements according to the academic year they last declared their major. This information is included on the PAWS Report.
Students meet with a faculty adviser at least once per year for the purpose of reviewing progress towards the degree and to ensure that the student’s course choices allow the student to complete their degree program in a timely manner. And also to provide career advising to ensure the students are career ready.
The mission of the Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science is to provide an exceptional undergraduate education in the discipline of computer science. The program prepares students upon graduation for immediate entry into the workforce as a software engineer, systems/network administrator, programmer or similar position, or for entry into a graduate program in computer science or a related discipline. To this end, the faculty strives to keep the program current in both the theoretical foundations and practical skills of computing. Students will graduate with immediately employable skills and a foundation for life-long learning and professional growth in a wide variety of computing professions.
* Declared computer science majors in Fall quarter of designated year.
** Annual graduations starting from Fall quarter of designated year.
Source: CSUSB Office of Institutional Research