Four Year Plan for Odd Year

 

B.S. with a Major in Computer Science
Fall of Freshman Year
Spring of Freshman Year
CPSC 120
CPSC 170
MATH 121 or MATH 122 (if prior calculus)
MATH 122 (if needed)
MATH 131
Fall of Sophomore Year
Spring of Sophomore Year
CPSC 250
CPSC 290
MATH 201
STAT 202
Fall of Junior Year
Spring of Junior Year
CPSC 390
CPSC 425
(elective)
(elective)
Fall of Senior Year
Spring of Senior Year
Senior Research (CPSC 435)
CPSC 395
(elective)
Senior Research (CPSC 437)

 

 

B.S. with a Major in Applied Computer Science
Fall of Freshman Year
Spring of Freshman Year
CPSC 120
CPSC 170
MATH 121 or MATH 122 (if prior calculus)
MATH 122 (if needed)
MATH 131
Fall of Sophomore Year
Spring of Sophomore Year
CPSC 250
CPSC 290
MATH 131 (if not taken Freshman year)
STAT 202
Fall of Junior Year
Spring of Junior Year
(elective)
CPSC 340
(elective)
(elective)
Fall of Senior Year
Spring of Senior Year
CPSC 415
CPSC 365
Senior Project (CPSC 445)
Senior Project (CPSC 447)
 
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Roanoke students use creativity, math and problem-solving skills to design optimal brownie pan

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