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					       Undergraduate Computer Science Worksheet
       BS in Computer Science
                                                                                    Name                                                           Entry Term
       VSCG / Full-time Students

       VCSX / Part-time and Evening Students                                        Transfer School(s)



       Required Computer Science (44 QH) (see back)                                 Liberal Arts (52 QH)
Year   Course #          Course Name                           QH GR   QTR   Year   Course #             Course Name                               QH GR        QTR
1–2    4003-241          Problem-Based Intro to CS                           1–2    0502-227             Writing
       4003-242          Data Structures for Problem Solving                        0510/11/13/14/15     Social Science
       4003-243          Object-Oriented Programming                                0510/11/13/14/15     Social Science
       4003-334          Computer Science 4                                         0504/05/07/08/09     Humanities
       4003-341          Professional Communications                                0504/05/07/08/09     Humanities
       4003-345          Computer Organization                                      05xx-319/xxx         Arts of Expression
       4010-361          Software Engineering                                       0509-xxx             Ethics (see back of worksheet)

Year   Course #          Course Name                           QH GR   QTR   Year   Course #             Course Name                                QH GR       QTR
3–5    4003-380          Introduction to CS Theory                           3–5    _ _ _ _- _ _ _       Liberal Arts Minor or Concentration
       4003-420          Data Communications & Networks I                           _ _ _ _- _ _ _       Liberal Arts Minor or Concentration
       4003-440          Operating Systems I                                        _ _ _ _- _ _ _       Liberal Arts Minor or Concentration
       4003-450          Programming Language Concepts                              _ _ _ _- _ _ _       Liberal Arts Minor or Upper Level Elective
                                                                                    _ _ _ _- _ _ _       Liberal Arts Minor or Upper Level Elective
                                                                                    _ _ _ _- _ _ _       Liberal Arts Upper Level Elective
       Computer Science Electives (24 QH)
Year   Course #          Course Name                           QH GR   QTR
3–5    _ _ _ _- _ _ _    CS Related Elective                                        Related Electives (12 QH)
       _ _ _ _- _ _ _    CS Related Elective                                 Year   Course #             Course Name                               QH GR        QTR
       _ _ _ _- _ _ _                                                        3–5    _ _ _ _- _ _ _
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                                                                                    Free Electives (12 QH)
       Mathematics (24 QH)         (see back regarding Calculus)             Year   Course #             Course Name                               QH GR        QTR
Year   Course #          Course Name                       QH GR       QTR   3–5    _ _ _ _- _ _ _
1–2    _ _ _ _- _ _ _                                                               _ _ _ _- _ _ _
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Year   Course #          Course Name                           QH GR   QTR
1–2    1016-265          Discrete Mathematics I                                     First Year Requirement (2 QH) (see back)
       1016-351          Probability                                         Year   Course #             Course Name                               QH GR        QTR
       1016-366          Discrete Mathematics II                              1     1720-050/051         Discovery
                                                                                    1720-xxx             Pathways

       Science (20 QH minimum)                                                      Wellness Education (0 QH)
       One Lab Science Sequence is required.                                 Year   Course #             Course Name                                      GR    QTR
       Check the box that matches the sequence you select.                   1–5    1109-1114            Activity 1
                                                                                    1109-1114            Activity 2
       University Physics (see back)                                                                     (different from Activity 1)
Year   Course #        Course Name                             QH GR   QTR
1–2    1017-311        University Physics I
       1017-312        University Physics II                                        Cooperative Education (0 QH)
       1017-313        University Physics III                                       Minimum of four blocks required.
                                                                             Year
       General and Analytical Chemistry                                      3–5    QTR              QTR             QTR               QTR         QTR
Year   Course #       Course Name                              QH GR   QTR
1–2    1011-215       General & Analytical Chemistry I
       1011-205       Chemistry Principles I Laboratory                             Completion
       1011-216       General & Analytical Chemistry II                      Year   Type                Required (QH)            Transferred Taken
       1011-206       Chemistry Principles II Laboratory                     1–5    Computer Science         68
       1011-217       General & Analytical Chemistry III                            Mathematics              24
       1011-227       General & Analytical Chemistry III Lab                        Science                  20
                                                                                    Liberal Arts             52
       General Biology                                                              Related Electives        12
Year   Course #        Course Name                             QH GR   QTR          Free Electives           12
1–2    1001-201        General Biology                                              First Year Requirement     2
       1001-205        General Biology Laboratory                                   Wellness                   0
       1001-202        General Biology                                              Total                  190
       1001-206        General Biology Laboratory
       1001-203        General Biology                                              Co-op
       1001-207        General Biology Laboratory

Year   Course #          Course Name                           QH GR   QTR
3–5    _ _ _ _- _ _ _    Science Elective
       _ _ _ _- _ _ _    Science Elective                                           Evaluated by                                                   Date

                                                                                    Rev. History
                                                                                    Effective 20101                                    Additional notes on back
Course Categories
Consult one of the academic advisors for more details or to confirm that               Minors       Minors are not explicitly listed on the worksheet,
choices are correct or allowed.                                                                     but students may use slots in Science, Related, or Free
                                                                                                    electives for minors. See the Computer Science
Required CS        Courses required of all Computer Science majors.                                 Undergraduate Advising Handbook for additional discussion.
                   Prior to 2010-2011, the first year sequence consisted of
                   4003-231, 232, 233. Academic advisors have more details.            First Year   All students transitioning directly from high school to
                                                                                                    college are required to take two courses as part of their
CS Electives       Courses chosen from Computer Science or selected                                 graduation requirements. As a general rule, Discovery
                   courses in either Software Engineering or Computing                              (1720-050/051) should be taken in the Fall quarter and
                   Engineering. The Computer Science Undergraduate                                  Pathways (1720-xxx) in the Winter or Spring quarter of the
                   Advising Handbook lists or describes valid CS electives                          first year.
                   and also explicitly lists CS related electives.
                                                                                       Wellness     Two different (non-credit) wellness activity courses.
Mathematics        Fundamental courses in calculus, discrete mathematics               Education
                   and probability and statistics that are required of all
                   Computer Science majors. The required calculus sequence             Co-op        Cooperative education
                   is 1016–281, 282, and 283. For students who take 1016–271,                       (minimum of four co-op blocks required).
                   272, 273, and 283 in place of 1016–281, 282, and 283,
                   1016–283 will be placed as a free elective. For students
                   who take 1016–261, 262, 272, 273, and 283, 1016–283 will
                   be placed as a free elective and no credit will be given for        Grade, Hour, and Term Information
                   1016–261. Students who take some other calculus sequence
                   should consult one of the academic advisors to discuss              QH           Quarter hours of credit.
                   which courses will count toward their degree requirements.
                                                                                       GR           Grade received, or indication of credit granted.
Science            Required lab courses in physics, chemistry or biology
                   and electives that may be chosen from any courses                   Qtr          Quarter in which course was taken
                   in physics, chemistry, biology or other offerings from                           (e.g., 101 is the Fall quarter of the 2010–2011 school year;
                   the College of Science that are not excluded in the                              104 is the Summer quarter of that year).
                   Computer Science Undergraduate Advising Handbook.
                   There are two primary tracks for University Physics, involving      CE           Grade indication for credit by exam.
                   alternative first and/or second courses. University Physics
                   courses carry specific Calculus pre-requisites and co-requisites.   X            Grade indication for Advanced Placement credit.
                   Students should also note that University Physics III lists
                   1016-305 as a co-requisite.                                         CL           Grade indication for CLEP Exam credit.

Liberal Arts       Courses provide breadth and depth in writing and                    T            Grade indication for transfer credit from another institution.
                   expression, social sciences, and humanities. Students must
                   satisfy core, bridge, advanced level, and additional                P            Grade indication for transfer credit pending receipt of
                   requirements. An additional requirement is that a student                        final transcript.
                   takes an acceptable course in Ethics. Courses commonly
                   used for this purpose include:                                      PX           Credit by examination pending receipt of examination results

                   0509–211       Introduction to Ethics                               WV           Do not take course; in lieu of this course you must take
                   0509–217       Ethics in the Information Age                        (waive)      an elective in the same category as a course replacement.
                   0509–451       Professional Ethics
                   0509–447       Contemporary Moral Problems                          EX           The course need not be taken, nor need any other course
                   0509–476       Ethical Theory                                       (exempt)     be taken as a replacement

Related            Courses must be taken from offerings given by one                   Excess       Credit granted due to fractional hours of transfer
Electives          department (in some cases, students may need to                                  course work. This usually results when converting from
                   complete a Related Electives Form). Students must petition                       semester hours to quarter hours.
                   for any exceptions (using a Related Electives Form).
                   See Computer Science Undergraduate Advising Handbook
                   for additional information.




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Revised 5/27/2010                                                                                   Original - Department           Copy - Student

				
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