No prior experience is needed for the introductory course, CSCI 121.
CS majors must complete CSCI 221 by the end of their sophomore year.
Students are not required/expected to take Calculus I or II as part of the CS major.
Inquire about the CS major early on.
CREDIT FOR PREVIOUS COURSEWORK
- Graduation credit for an AP course (CS-A or CSP) with a 4 or 5 on AP exam.
- CS placement is a questionnaire (not a test) that advises which CS course a student should take first, based on prior CS and computing background, college preparedness, and academic interests.
- We recommend that all students take the CS placement questionnaire, whether or not they have prior experience in CS.
- Note: Students with prior experience may receive advanced placement even if they haven’t taken a formal CS course.
MSCS “To be or not to be” event in October
Director, Computer Science – Ryota Matsuura (firstname.lastname@example.org)