CSCI 4000 ASSESSMENT (0 credits)
This course provides various resources to students about to graduate, and provides a mechanism that guarantees these students complete the final assessments required to maintain the currency and quality of the program. It is intended for undergraduate computer science majors in their last semester prior to graduation. It is required for all students entering after the spring 2004 semester. All degree requirements should be completed by the end of the semester during which this course is taken. Students taking this course will be expected to file an application for graduation during the semester.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): All degree requirements should be completed by the end of the semester during which this course is taken. Students taking this course will be expected to file an application for graduation during the semester. Not open to non-degree graduate students.
The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science provides students with a solid background in the fundamentals of computing and prepares them for employment in a wide variety of positions and for graduate study in computer science. The content of the department’s courses is continually monitored to ensure they are consistent with fast-changing developments in the discipline. Courses are offered in the day, evening, and some online sections for the convenience of our students. Appropriate university and departmental computing resources are available to students taking computer science courses.
1 MATH 3100 : A course cross listed with CSCI cannot be used as both upper-division computer science and elective credit.
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