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Undergraduate Record 2010-2011 
    
Undergraduate Record 2010-2011 [ARCHIVED RECORD]

Computer Science (B.S.)


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Minor


The 18-credit computer science minor consists of CS 1110 (or CS 1111, 1112 or 1120), 2110, 2102 and 2150. In addition, two other computer science courses at the 3000 level or better must be taken. Complete details can be found at http://www.cs.virginia.edu/bscs.

Computer Science Curriculum (125.5 credits)


Second Semester Credits: 17


  • Science elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 1 below)
  • HSS elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 2 below)

Third Semester Credits: 16


  • APMA elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 3 below)
  • HSS elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 2 below)

Fourth Semester Credits: 16


  • STS 2xxx/3xxx Credits: 3
  • Unrestricted Elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 4 below)

Fifth Semester Credits: 15


  • APMA elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 3 below)
  • HSS elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 2 below)
  • Unrestrictive elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 4 below)

Sixth Semester Credits: 16


  • APMA elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 3 below)
  • Unrestricted elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 4 below)
  • HSS elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 2 below)
  • CS 3xxx/4xxx elective Credits: 3

Seventh Semester Credits: 16.5


  • CS 3xxx/4xxx elective Credits:3
  • CS 3xxx/4xxx elective Credits: 3
  • Unrestricted elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 4 below)

Eighth Semester Credits: 15


  • CS 3xxx/4xxx Credits: 3
  • CS 3xxx/4xxx Credits: 3
  • Unrestricted elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 4 below)
  • HSS elective Credits: 3
    (See Footnote 6 below)

Footnotes


 

(1) Chosen from: BIOL 2010, 2020; CHEM 1620; ECE 2066; MSE 2090; and PHYS 2620.

 

(2) Chosen from the approved list available in A122 Thornton Hall.

 

(3) Chosen from APMA 2130, 3080,  3100, or 3120

 

(4) Unrestricted electives may be chosen from any graded course in the University except mathematics courses below MATH 1310 and courses that substantially duplicate any others offered for the degree, including PHYS 2010, 2020; CS 1100, 1200; or any introductory programming course. Students in doubt as to what is acceptable to satisfy a degree requirement should get the approval of their advisor and the dean’s office, located in A122 Thornton Hall. APMA 1090 counts as a three-credit unrestricted elective.

 

 

 

 

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