Bachelor of Science

- General Studies Program Hours = 45

including General Studies coursework required by major- Foundational Core (Written, Math, Oral, Democracy) = 12 including:
- MATH 102GS*, College Algebra - 3 hours
- *Students with sufficient preparation may enter the mathematics program at a higher level. Maximum of 1 MATH course will count in this section.

- Portal = 3
- Distribution = 27
- Aesthetics minimum = 3
- Humanities minimum = 6
- Social Sciences minimum = 6
- Natural Sciences minimum = 7
- Analytical and Quantitative Thought minimum = 4 including:
- CSIS 130GS, Introduction to Computer Science - 4 hours

- Wellness minimum = 0

- Capstone = 3

- Foundational Core (Written, Math, Oral, Democracy) = 12 including:
- BS Science-related course requirements = 8 including:
- MATH 103GS*, Plane Trigonometry - 3 hours
- MATH 115, Calculus I with Analytic Geometry - 5 hours
- *Students with sufficient preparation may enter the mathematics program at a higher level.

- Major Option = 36
- Minor or 2nd Major = 24
- For specific requirements see #3 of Bachelor of Science Degree requirements. Selecting a minor or second major less than or greater than 24 hours will alter the number of unrestricted electives.
- Minimum total hours required coursework = 113*
- Unrestricted electives in 125 hour program = 12*
- Minimum total hours required for BS in Applied Computer Science = 125
- All UNK degrees require a minimum of 125 hours. Forty (40) of the hours required for all UNK degrees must be upper division hours, which are courses numbered 300 or above taken at a 4-year college or university.

All courses in this major require a minimum grade of "C". In this option, prerequisites are fulfilled when the prerequisite courses have been passed with a "C" or above.

- Computer Science Core Requirements (30 hours required)
- Take all of the following:
- CSIS 150, Object Oriented Programming - 3 hours
- CSIS 180, Discrete Structures - 3 hours
- CSIS 301, Computer Organization - 3 hours
- CSIS 330, Algorithms and Data Structures - 3 hours
- CSIS 401, Operating Systems - 3 hours
- CSIS 402, Introduction to Automata, Formal Languages, and Computability - 3 hours
- CSIS 404, Software Engineering - 3 hours
- CSIS 408, Principles of Programming Languages - 3 hours
- CSIS 441, Artificial Intelligence - 3 hours
- CSIS 496, Seminar in Computer Science - 3 hours

- Take all of the following:
- Computer Science Electives (6 hours required)
- Take 6 additional hours from:
- CSIS 300-CSIS 499, as approved by the department.
- Take no more than 3 hours from CSIS 399, CSIS 492-CSIS 495

- Take 6 additional hours from:

* Corrected hours after print version produced.

26 Aug 2010

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