The B.S. Degree in Computer Science has the following requirements:
- Admission to the major.
- Six required courses in computer science: 01:198:111, 112, 205, 206, 211, 344.
- Three required courses in mathematics: 01:640:151, 152, 250.
- Seven electives from a designated list of courses in computer science and related disciplines. At least five of the electives must be taken in the New Brunswick Department of Computer Science (i.e., they must be 01:198:xxx).
- Physics courses 01:750:203,204,205,206 (or 123,124,227,229; or 271,272,275,276; or 201,202; or 193,194), or Chemistry courses 01:160:159,160,171 (or 161,162,171; or 163,164,171).
- No more than one grade of D can be accepted in courses applied toward the major.
- Residency condition: At least seven of the (required and elective) courses used to satisfy the requirements of the BS degree must be courses taken in the New Brunswick Department of Computer Science. (i.e., they must be 01:198:xxx.)
These requirements can be satisfied with 68-71 credit hours (depending on whether 3 or 4 credit electives are taken.)
- The above requirements apply to all current computer science majors. Prior to fall 2011, the BS required either 01:198:113 or 214, plus 314 and 416. Students now have the option of substituting other electives for these courses.
- Courses for which a student receives a grade of D cannot be used to satisfy prerequisite requirements.