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Computer Science Curriculum Program

Graduating class of 2010 and Beyond

Computer Science Curriculum Program (PDF)

UMass Dartmouth Course Catalog listing for Computer Science Major

CS Dependency Graph

Freshman Year

First SemesterRLC Second SemesterRLC
ENL 101 Critical Writing & Reading I 3 0 3   ENL 102 Critical Writing & Reading II 3 0 3
CIS 180 Object-Oriented Programming I 3 2 4   CIS 181 Object-Oriented Programming II 3 2 4
  University Studies 3 0 3     University Studies 3 0 3
MTH 111 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I 4 0 4   MTH 112 Analytic Geometry & Calculus II 4 0 4
        14           14

Sophomore Year

First SemesterRLC Second SemesterRLC
MTH 181 Discrete Structures I 3 0 3   MTH 182 Intro. Discrete Structures II 3 0 3
CIS 272 Intro. to Computing Systems 3 2 4   CIS 273 Computer Organization & Design 3 2 4
CIS 190 Intro. to Procedural Programming 3 2 4   CIS 280 Software Specification & Design 3 2 4
  Laboratory Science I [2] 3 3 4     Laboratory Science II [3] 3 3 4
        15           15

Junior Year

First SemesterRLC Second SemesterRLC
CIS 360 Algorithms and Data Structures 3 0 3   CIS 361 Models of Computation 3 0 3
CIS 370 Design of Operating Systems 3 2 4   CIS 362 Empirical Methods for CS 3 0 3
MTH 331 Probability 3 0 3   CIS 381 Social & Ethical Aspects of CS [4] 3 0 3
ENL 266 Technical Communications 3 0 3     Science/Quantitative Elective 3 0 3
  University Studies 3 0 3     University Studies 3 0 3
        16           15

Senior Year

First SemesterRLC Second SemesterRLC
CIS 498 Software Engineering Project I [5] 3 2 4   CIS 499 Software Engineering Project II 2 2 3
CIS CIS Technical Elective [6] 3 0 3   CIS 481 Parallel & Distributed Computing 3 0 3
CIS CIS Technical Elective [6] 3 0 3   CIS CIS Technical Elective [6] 3 0 3
  University Studies 3 0 3   CIS CIS Technical Elective [6] 3 0 3
  Free Elective 3 0 3     Free Elective 3 0 3
        16           15

 

TOTAL CREDITS = 120 R = Recitation (hours) L = Laboratory (hours) C = Number of Credits

  • [1] See University Studies requirements
  • [2] Must be either PHY 113 or CHM 151/161 or BIO 121/131.
  • [3] Must be a continuation of Laboratory Science I (PHY 114 or CHM 152/162 or BIO 122/132).
  • [4] This course meets the General Education Area E requirement: Ethics and Social Responsibility.
  • [5] This course meets the General Education Area O requirement: Oral Skills.
  • [6] Must be taken from approved list of courses.

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