The McKelvey School of Engineering and the College of Arts & Sciences has developed the Computer Science + Math major to capture the intersection of the two complementary studies.
Engineering students who declare this major must fulfill the distribution and other requirements for the Applied Science degree.
Arts & Sciences students who declare this major must fulfill the distribution and other requirements for the AB degree in addition to the specific requirements listed below.
|Math 131||Calculus I (AP credit may satisfy this requirement)||3|
|Math 132||Calculus II (AP credit may satisfy this requirement)||3|
|Math 233||Calculus III||3|
|CSE 131||Introduction to Computer Science||3|
or Math 310W
or CSE 240
|Foundations for Higher Mathematics|
Foundations for Higher Mathematics with Writing
Logic and Discrete Mathematics
|CSE 247||Data Structures and Algorithms||3|
|Math 309||Matrix Algebra||3|
or ESE 326
|Elementary to Intermediate Statistics and Data Analysis|
Probability and Statistics for Engineering
|CSE 347||Analysis of Algorithms||3|
*Each of these core courses must be passed with a grade of C- or better.
|At least 24 units of 400 or 500 level courses from either the Mathematics and Statistics or Computer Science & Engineering department with at least 9 units from each department. All electives must be approved by your adviser in advance. With approval, up to 6 units may be taken from outside either department.|
|CWP 100||College Writing I||3 units|
|Engr 310||Technical Writing||3 units|
|Natural Sciences electives ||8 units|
|Humanities and Social Sciences electives ||18 units|
*The College Writing and Humanities and Social Sciences requirements are those required of all students in the McKelvey School of Engineering. The Natural Sciences requirement is for 8 units designated NSM (Natural Sciences and Mathematics) from any of the following departments: Anthropology, Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Planetary Sciences, Environmental Studies, or Physics. The College Writing and Natural Sciences courses must be completed with a grade of C- or better.
All courses taken to meet any of the above requirements (with the exception of the humanities and social sciences electives) cannot be taken on a pass/fail basis.