Bachelor of Science in Computer Science - Thread: Devices & Media
Code | Title | Credit Hours |
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Wellness | ||
APPH 1040 | Scientific Foundations of Health | 2 |
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 1101 | English Composition I | 3 |
ENGL 1102 | English Composition II | 3 |
MATH 1552 | Integral Calculus | 4 |
Core B - Institutional Options | ||
CS 1301 | Introduction to Computing ^{1} | 3 |
Core C - Humanities | ||
Any HUM | 6 | |
Core D - Science, Math, & Technology | ||
PHYS 2211 | Introductory Physics I ^{2} | 4 |
Lab Science ^{2} | 4 | |
MATH 1551 | Differential Calculus | 2 |
MATH 1554 | Linear Algebra ^{4} | 4 |
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 | ||
Any SS | 9 | |
Core F - Courses Related to Major | ||
Lab Science ^{2} | 4 | |
CS 1100 | Freshman Leap Seminar | 1 |
CS 1331 | Introduction to Object Oriented Programming ^{1} | 3 |
CS 1332 | Data Structures and Algorithms for Applications ^{1} | 3 |
CS 2050 | Introduction to Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science ^{1} | 3 |
or CS 2051 | Honors - Induction to Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science | |
MATH 2550 | Introduction to Multivariable Calculus ^{4} | 2 |
Major Requirements | ||
CS 2340 | Objects and Design ^{1} | 3 |
Select one for Professionalism/Ethics requirement: ^{1} | 3 | |
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 ^{1,3} | 6 | |
Concentration | ||
CS 2110 | Computer Organization and Programming ^{1} | 4 |
CS 2200 | Computer Systems and Networks ^{1} | 4 |
CS 3251 | Computer Networking I ^{1} | 3 |
CS 3451 | Computer Graphics ^{1} | 3 |
ECE 2031 | Digital Design Laboratory ^{1} | 2 |
Select one of the following for Building Devices: ^{1} | 4 | |
Prototyping Intelligent Devices | ||
Embedded Systems Design | ||
Select one of the following for Devices in the Real World: ^{1} | 3 | |
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 Algorithm Fundamentals: ^{1} | 3 | |
Languages and Computation | ||
Design and Analysis of Algorithms | ||
Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Honors | ||
Select two of the following for Media Technologies: ^{1} | 6 | |
Video Game Design and Programming | ||
Introduction to Information Visualization | ||
Computational Journalism | ||
Computational Photography | ||
Digital Video Special Effects | ||
Computer Animation | ||
Computational Aesthetics | ||
Principles and Applications of Computer Audio | ||
Other Required Courses | ||
MATH 3012 | Applied Combinatorics | 3 |
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 Electives | 13 | |
Total Credit Hours | 126 |
- ^{ 1 }
Minimum grade of C required.
- ^{ 2 }
Two of three labs MUST be a sequence.
- ^{ 3 }
Junior Design Options are as follows (students must pick one option and may not change):
- Option 1 - LMC 3432, LMC 3431, CS 3311,CS 3312.
- Option 2 - ECE VIP courses and LMC 3403.
- Option 3 - Satisfy Georgia Tech Research Option
- Option 4 - CS 2701 (3 hours), CS 4699-I2P (3 hours), LMC 3403 (3 hours) = 9 hours OR CS 4699- I2P (6 hours), LMC 3403 (3 hours) = 9 hours
- Option 5 - CS 4723 (3 hours), LMC 3403 (3 hours) = 6 hours
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 with LMC 3403 (3 hours) for a total of 9 hours. Extra three hours for CREATE-X option can be used in free electives.
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Two credit hours of MATH 1554 may count along with MATH 2550 to give Area F 18 credit hours.