Computer Science Concentration
All course work applied towards University General Education Curriculum and Concentration Requirements require a minimum grade of C-.
University General Education Curriculum: (40 hours)
- English (9 hours)
- Intermediate Algebra (3 hours)
- Public Speaking (3 hours)
- Humanities/Fine Arts (9 hours)
- Social Sciences (9 hours)
- Natural & Physical Sciences (7 hours)
- Cultural Diversity Courses (6 hours)
For complete details and guidelines for selecting approved courses, ask your advisor or visit http://www.unomaha.edu/academic-affairs/general-education/distribution-requirements.php
Concentration Requirements: (30-31 hours, must include 9 hours upper level from UNO)
CSCI 1200 CS Principles or CIST 1300 Introduction to Web Development
CIST 1400 Introduction to Computer Science I
CSCI 1620 Introduction to Computer Science II
CSCI 2240 Introduction to C Programming
CSCI 2030 Mathematical Foundation of Computer Science
CSCI 3320 Data Structures
6 hours of upper level Computer Science from this list
CSCI 3550 Communication Networks
CSCI 3710 Introduction to Computer Organization and Architecture
CSCI 4220 Programming Languages
CSCI 4350 Computer Architecture
CSCI 4500 Operating Systems
CSCI 4830 Introductions to Software Engineering
Additional 6 upper level hours from Department of Computer Science (CSCI)
Secondary Field I: must be Math (12 hours minimum)
MATH 1950 Calculus I (5 hours)
MATH 2050 Applied Linear Algebra
Statistics course recommended, but not required. CIST 2500, STAT 3000 or 3800, MATH 4740, PSYC 3130
Secondary Field II: (12 hours)
Each secondary field must include 12 hours from the same subject.
Electives: (26 hours)
Electives may include any excess hours in general education, concentration or secondary fields. The number of elective hours may vary but total degree must comprise 120 hours.
Total Degree: (120 hours)
Each course is 3 hours unless otherwise noted.
A minimum 30 hours of upper level (3000-4000) coursework is required for the Bachelor of Multidisciplinary Studies Degree.
Check the catalog to verify any course prerequisites as they are not listed above. Students should also note that not all courses are taught each semester. If a specific course is needed, students should verify the course offering with the department.
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Advising appointments may be made in person, over the phone at 402.554.2370 or online using MavTRACK. DCS does not accept walk-in or same-day advising appointments.
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