A minimum overall GPA of 3.0 and a minimum GPA of 3.0 in computer science courses is required for acceptance into the BS/MS program. The student interested in the BS/MS program should apply at the start of the junior year. Upon completion of the requirements for the BS portion of the program, the student is awarded the BS in Computer Science degree. Upon completion of the remaining 21 credits in the MS in CSIS program, the student is awarded the MS degree.
A. All requirements of the College of Arts and Science Bachelor of Science degree, including the general education requirements .
B. MTH 121 , MTH 122 , MTH 220 , MTH 370 ; CSC 230 / CIS 230 / MTH 230 (17 credits).
C. PHY 243 , PHY 245 (10 credits).
D. An additional natural science course beyond general education requirements to bring the number of natural science credits to at least 12.
E. CSC 150 , CSC 175 , CSC 265 , CSC 266 , CSC 275 , CSC 277 , CSC 335 , CSC 365 , CSC 375 , CSC 377 , CSC 381 , CSC 382 , CSC 384 (37 credits).
F. Grades of C (2.0) or better in at least four from: CSC 335 , CSC 365 , CSC 375 , CSC 377 , CSC 381 , CSC 382 , CSC 384 .
G. One of the following track options (18 credits).
Software Engineering Track
CSC 383 , CSC 483 ; three additional credits in CSC courses numbered 300 or above (excluding CSC 395 and CSC 491 ); nine additional credits in 500-level CSC courses.
CSC 336 , CSC 436 ; three additional credits in CSC courses numbered 300 or above (excluding CSC 395 and CSC 491 ); nine additional credits in 500-level CSC courses.
H. To complete the requirements for the Computer Science concentration of the Master of Science in Computer Science the student then completes 21 additional graduate credits after the 124 credits required for the BS in Computer Science.