Bachelor of Science in Computer Science - Thread: Devices & Intelligence

Wellness
APPH 1040Scientific Foundations of Health2
or APPH 1050 The Science of Physical Activity and Health
or APPH 1060 Flourishing: Strategies for Well-being and Resilience
Core A - Essential Skills
ENGL 1101English Composition I3
ENGL 1102English Composition II3
MATH 1552Integral Calculus4
Core B - Institutional Options
CS 1301Introduction to Computing 13
Core C - Humanities
Any HUM6
Core D - Science, Math, & Technology
PHYS 2211Introductory Physics I 24
Lab Science 24
MATH 1551Differential Calculus2
MATH 1554Linear Algebra 64
or MATH 1564 Linear Algebra with Abstract Vector Spaces
Core E - Social Sciences
Select one of the following:3
The United States to 1877
The United States since 1877
American Government in Comparative Perspective
Government of the United States
American Constitutional Issues
PSYC 1101General Psychology3
Any SS6
Core F - Courses Related to Major
Lab Science 24
CS 1100Freshman Leap Seminar1
CS 1331Introduction to Object Oriented Programming 13
CS 1332Data Structures and Algorithms for Applications 13
CS 2050Introduction to Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science 13
or CS 2051 Honors - Induction to Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
MATH 2550Introduction to Multivariable Calculus 62
Major Requirements
CS 2340Objects and Design 13
Select one for Professionalism/Ethics requirement: 13
Computing, Society, and Professionalism
Computing, Society, and Professionalism
Robots and Society
AI, Ethics, and Society
Privacy, Technology, Policy, and Law
Technology and Sustainable Community Development
Junior Design Options (Capstone)
Junior Design Option 56
Concentration
CS 2110Computer Organization and Programming 14
CS 2200Computer Systems and Networks 14
CS 3251Computer Networking I 13
CS 3510Design and Analysis of Algorithms 13
or CS 3511 Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Honors
CS 3600Introduction to Artificial Intelligence 13
ECE 2031Digital Design Laboratory 12
Select one of the following for Building Devices: 14
Prototyping Intelligent Devices
Embedded Systems Design
Select one of the following for Devices in the Real World: 1,3,43
Introduction to Perception and Robotics
Mobile Applications and Services for Converged Networks
Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing
Introduction to Computer Vision
Select one of the following for Computational Complexity: 13
Languages and Computation
Automata and Complexity Theory
Select one of the following for Embodied Intelligence: 1,33
Introduction to Perception and Robotics
Introduction to Cognitive Science
Sensation and Perception
Select two of the following for Approaches to Intelligence: 1,46
Introduction to Computer Vision
Knowledge-Based Artificial Intelligence
Machine Learning
Deep Learning
Machine Learning for Trading
Robot Intelli Planning
Natural Language Understanding
Game AI
Other Required Courses
MATH 3012Applied Combinatorics3
Select one of the following:3
Introduction to Probability and Statistics
Probability and Statistics with Applications
Statistics and Applications
Statistics and Applications
Probability with Applications
and Basic Statistical Methods
Free Electives
Free Electives7
Total Credit Hours126

 Pass-fail only allowed for Free Electives (max 6 credit hours), CS 1100, and CS 1171 (if required). 

1

Minimum grade of C required.

2

Two of three labs MUST be a sequence.

3

If CS 3630 is successfully completed, both requirements are fulfilled, and three credit hours are added to Free Electives.

4

 If CS 4476 is successfully completed, Devices in the Real World is completed, one course from Approaches to Intelligence is considered fulfilled, and three credit hours are added to Free Electives.

5

Junior Design Options are as follows (students must pick one option and may not change):

Six credits of the Junior Design option are used as Major Requirements and the overage credits of research/VIP (5 credit hours/2 credit hours) may be used as free electives. Students completing VIP for their junior design requirement will be required to complete at least three semesters of VIP.  (VIP 1  + VIP 2 + VIP 3) (for a total of 5 credit hours) + LMC 3403 = 8 hours of VIP credit. 

Students using CREATE-X (option 4) for junior design take at least 6 hours of CREATE-X Start-ip Lab and Idea 2 Prototype (I2P) and 3 of the 6 hours must be I2P.  Students take these 6 hours withLMC 3403 (3 hours) for a total of 9 hours.  Extra three hours for CREATE-X option can be used in free electives.

6

Two credit hours of MATH 1554 may count along with MATH 2550 to give Area F 18 credit hours.