Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019

Computer Science B.S.

Degree Requirements

Core Areas A-E

Satisfactorily complete core Areas A-E, as listed in the Core Curriculum section of this catalog. 

Total Credit Hours:42

Area F

Excess hours in Area F may be applied to a student's electives.

Computer Science

Satisfactorily complete each of the following courses:
CSCI 1301Computer Science I

3

CSCI 1302Computer Science II

3

CSCI 2350Programming II

3

CSCI 2800Social & Professional Issues

3

CSCI 3680Discrete Structures

4

Total Credit Hours:16

Calculus

Satisfactorily complete each of the following courses, if not completed in Areas A and D:
MATH 1261Calculus I

4

MATH 1262Calculus II

4

Total Credit Hours:0-8

Additional Mathematics

Satisfactorily complete one of the following courses:
MATH 2150Linear Algebra

3

MATH 2150Linear Algebra

3

MATH 3030Foundations of Mathematics

3

MATH 4600Probability

3

Total Credit Hours:3

Major Requirements

Computer Science Requirements

Satisfactorily complete each of the following courses:
CSCI 3410Intro to Data Structures

3

CSCI 3211Assem Lang & Digital Logic Dsg

3

CSCI 3212Computer Organization & Archit

3

CSCI 3341Operating Systems

3

CSCI 3342Systems & Network Programming

3

CSCI 3343Computer Systems Security

3

CSCI 4320Software Engineering

3

CSCI 4330Programming Lang:Design & Surv

3

CSCI 4520Analysis of Algorithms

3

CSCI 4710Databases

3

Total Credit Hours:30

Computer Science Elective

Satisfactorily complete one additional CSCI 3000-4000 level course.
Total Credit Hours:3

Cognate Area

Satisfactorily complete four sciences from ASTR, BIOL, CHEM, ENSC, GEOL, and/or PHYS.  Two of the sciences must be from the following list.  Both the lecture and the companion laboratory course (when it exists) must be successfully completed to apply the credits from either course to this requirement.  Area D sciences may be used to fulfill this requirement. Total science hours when combined with Area D must equal at least 15 hours.

BIOL 1107Principles of Biology I

3

BIOL 1107LPrinciples of Biology I Lab

1

ENSC 1000Intro to Environmental Science

3

ENSC 1000LIntro to Environ Science Lab

1

CHEM 1211Principles of Chemistry I

3

CHEM 1211LPrinciples of Chemistry Lab I

1

CHEM 1211KPrin of Chemistry I & Lab

4

CHEM 1212Principles of Chemistry II

3

CHEM 1212LPrinciples of Chemistry Lab II

1

CHEM 1212KPrin of Chemistry II & Lab

4

PHYS 2211Principles of Physics I

3

PHYS 2211LPrinciples of Physics Lab I

1

PHYS 2212Principles of Physics II

3

PHYS 2212LPrinciples of Physics Lab II

1

Total Credit Hours:8-16

Computer Science Capstone

Satisfactorily complete one of the following courses or an international studies experience approved by the department chair.

CSCI 4950Special Topics

1 - 4

CSCI 4960Internship and/or Cooperative

1 - 15

CSCI 4999Undergraduate Research

1 - 4

Total Credit Hours:1-15

Concentration Options - Internetworks or Human and Computer Interface Design

Available to Computer Science majors in the fall of their Senior year. 

These concentrations are satisfied by taking 12 semester hours at Georgia Tech, approved by the advisor and department chair.  Courses are listed in the Information Internetworks Thread or the People Thread in the Georgia Tech catalog at the time the courses are completed.

Admission requirements to concentration:

  • Minimum GPA: 3.4
  • Grade of C or better in the following prerequisite courses:

MATH 1261

MATH 1262

CSCI 1301

CSCI 1302

CSCI 2350

CSCI 3680

CSCI 3410

CSCI 3211

CSCI 3341

CSCI 3212

CSCI 3342

CSCI 4710

CSCI 4520

  • Complete Transient application for admission at Georgia Tech before July 1 prior to fall of Senior year.  Advisor approval required.
  • File petition with Georgia College for exception of the residency requirement.

 

Specific course requirements at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) are required for these concentrations.  Please see your academic advisor for the current course requirements.

Note:  Minimum grade of C or better required for all courses taken at Georgia Tech for these concentrations and student is required to request official transcripts be sent from Georgia Tech to Georgia College after the semester is completed.

Electives

CSCI 2810 Professional Development and CSCI 2811 Career Preparation preferred.

Additional Degree Requirements

Satisfactorily complete all graduation requirements listed in the academic policies section of this catalog.

Earn a grade of C or higher in all CSCI courses.

Earn a score of 130 or higher on ETS exam.


Total Credit Hours: 120