College Degree in Progress

Bachelor of Science, Computer Science (Systems Flavor) – University of Akron

The following is a list of courses required to get a BSCS degree from the University of Akron. The classes highlighted in green are classes I have to take still. Those not highlighted are classes I’ve taken already. I have posted class notes that I’ve taken (use at your own risk).

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The numbers before the class names are [department]:[course number]-[credits].

Core Curriculum

3460:209-4 Introduction to Computer Science
3460:210-4 Data Structures & Algorithms I
3460:306-4 Assembly Language Programming
3460:307-3 Applied Systems Programming
3460:316-3 Data Structures & Algorithms II
3460:421-3 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming
3460:426-3 Operating Systems
3460:430-3 Theory of Programming Languages 6500:301-3 Management Principles and Concepts
3460:465-3 Computer Organization – TBD
3460:480-3 Introduction to Software Engineering and Formal Methods
3460:490-3 Senior Seminar in CS – Spring 2012?

Other Required Courses

3450:208-4 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
3450:221-4 Analytic Geometry-Calculus I
3450:222-4 Analytic Geometry-Calculus II
3470:461-4 Applied Statistics I

Computer Science Electives (12 credits of 300/400 level)

3460:489-3 T:Mobile Computing
3460:475-3 Database Management
3460:453-3 Computer Security
3460:428-3 Unix Systems Programming – Fall 2011

Foreign Language (16 credits) – General Studies

101-4 Beginning French I
102-4 Beginning French II
201-4 Intermediate French I
202-4 Intermediate French II

English Composition (7 credits) – General Studies

Transfer credit
3300:111 3 credits
3300:112 3 credits

Speech (3 credits) – General Studies

Transfer credit
7600:105-3 Oral Communications

Mathematics (3 credits) – General Studies

3450:149-4 Precalculus

Natural Science (6 credits) – General Studies

Geology: Earth Science 3 credits
Physics: Descriptive Astronomy/Lab 4 credits

Social Science (2 courses from 2 different sets) – General Studies

Economics: Introduction to Economics 3 credits
Sociology/Anthropology: Cultural Anthropology 4 credits

Physical Education (1 credit) – General Studies

Exempt? Took Golf at Tri-C

Humanities (8 credits) – General Studies

3400:210-4 Humanities & Western Tradition I
3400:211-4 Humanities & Western Tradition II

World Civilizations (4 credits, 2 courses) – General Studies

World Civ: Japan
World Civ: Southeast Asia



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