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¿Qué aprenderé?

The B.A. in Computer Science is designed for students who prefer more space for interdisciplinary study with a double major or minor in another field while preserving a strong computer science background that is excellent preparation for a career in computing.

The B.A. curriculum is designed to provide a solid foundation in the fundamentals of computer science.

In order to transfer from University College for Academic Success to the College of Arts and Sciences as a B.A. computer science major (or to be coded as such in the College of Arts and Sciences), a student must have completed CSC 110 and CSC 211 and must have at least a 2.00 cumulative GPA in all CSC and MTH courses required in the B.A. program that have been completed at the time of the application for transfer.

Students in the B.A. curriculum must complete a minimum of 36 credits (maximum 51) as follows: CSC 106 (4), 110 (4), 211 (4), 212 (4), 301 (4), 305 (4); one of 411 or 412 (4); one programming course from the following: CSC 310, 372, 402, 406, 411, 412, 415, 436, 450, 461, 462, 481, 493; one additional CSC or CSF course at the 300-level or above, except that CSC 392 and 491 may be used only with prior departmental approval. CSC 477, 494, and 499 may not be used. Also required are MTH 180 (3) and one more course from the following list: MTH 131, 141, 142, 215, CSC 340, STA 307, 308, 409 (3 or 4); one course from among WRT 104, 106, and HPR 112 (3); and WRT 201 or WRT 332 (3).

A total of 120 credits is required for graduation; at least 42 of these credits must be at the 300 level or above.

The B.S. in Computer Science is recommended for students who want to pursue technically focused careers that require strong mathematical and scientific preparation and those interested in computer science graduate studies.

The B.S. curriculum is designed to provide a broad introduction to the fundamentals of computer science including software and systems, programming languages, machine architecture, and theoretical foundations of computing. The required mathematics preparation provides a basis for advanced work. Students will be well prepared for careers or graduate study in computer science.

In order to transfer from University College to Arts and Sciences as a B.S. computer science major (or to be coded as such in the College of Arts and Sciences), a student must have completed CSC 110 and CSC 211 and must have at least a 2.00 cumulative GPA in all CSC and MTH courses required in the B.S. program that have been completed at the time of the application for transfer.

Students in the B.S. curriculum must complete a minimum of 56 credits as follows: CSC 106 (4), 110 (4), 211 (4), 212 (4), 301 (4), 305 (4), 340 (4), 411 (4), 412 (4), 440 (4), and one course from CSC 477 or 499 (4); one course from CSC 310, 372, 402, 406, 415, 436, 450, 461, 462, 481, and 493 (4); any two additional CSC or CSF courses at the 300-level or above, only one of the two courses may be a CSF course, CSC 392 and 491 may be used only with prior departmental approval. CSC 477, 494, and 499 may not be used.

Students must also complete MTH 180 (3), 141 (4), 142 (4), and one course from MTH 215, 243, 244, 322, 362, 382, ISE 432, STA 307, 308, 409, 411, 412 (3 or 4); two science courses from PHY 203/273, 204/274, CHM 101/102, 112/114, BIO 101/103, 102/104, GEO 103, OCG 123 (8); and one course from WRT 104, 106, and HPR 112 (3); and WRT 201 or WRT 332 (3).

A total of 120 credits is required for graduation.

¿En cuál departamento estoy?

College of Arts and Sciences

Opciones de estudio

a tiempo completo (120 horas de crédito)

Costos de estudio
US$34.362,00 por año
Aplicaciones hasta

1 June 2022, 1 December 2022

Fecha de inicio

7 Septiembre 2022, 23 Enero 2023, 6 Septiembre 2023

Lugar

University of Rhode Island

Kingston Campus,

75 Briar Lane,

KINGSTON,

Rhode Island,

02881, United States

Requerimiento de entrada

Para estudiantes de Estados Unidos

You are considered a first-year student applicant if you are: a first-time college student who has graduated from high school and never enrolled in college; a first-time college student who has been home-schooled; a first-time college student who has attended high school and college during the same time period (dual enrollment) or has taken some college courses during high school. Admission to the University of Rhode Island is competitive, and each candidate for admission receives individual consideration. All applicants must complete a minimum of 18 units of college preparatory work: 4 in English; 3 in mathematics including Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and geometry; 2 in a physical or natural science (including at least one laboratory science); 2 in history or social science; 2 in the same foreign language; 5 additional college preparatory units to total 18. English Proficiency Requirements All international applicants whose first language is not English must provide proof of English language proficiency. English language proficiency may be demonstrated by one of the following: Duolingo English Test (DET): minimum score of 105 (Pharm.D. applicants 125) TOEFL iBT: minimum score of 79 (Pharm.D. applicants 100) IELTS: minimum score of 6.5 (Pharm.D. applicants 7.0) Cambridge English: Advanced: 176-184 (Pharm.D. applicants 185-190) Pearson Test of English: minimum score of 53 (Pharm.D. applicants 68) Eiken Test of English: completion of level Pre-1 (Pharm.D. applicants Completion of Grade 1)

Para estudiantes internacionales

You are considered a first-year student applicant if you are: a first-time college student who has graduated from high school and never enrolled in college; a first-time college student who has been home-schooled; a first-time college student who has attended high school and college during the same time period (dual enrollment) or has taken some college courses during high school.

Admission to the University of Rhode Island is competitive, and each candidate for admission receives individual consideration. All applicants must complete a minimum of 18 units of college preparatory work: 4 in English; 3 in mathematics including Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and geometry; 2 in a physical or natural science (including at least one laboratory science); 2 in history or social science; 2 in the same foreign language; 5 additional college preparatory units to total 18.

English Proficiency Requirements

All international applicants whose first language is not English must provide proof of English language proficiency. English language proficiency may be demonstrated by one of the following:

Duolingo English Test (DET): minimum score of 105 (Pharm.D. applicants 125)

TOEFL iBT: minimum score of 79 (Pharm.D. applicants 100)

IELTS: minimum score of 6.5 (Pharm.D. applicants 7.0)

Cambridge English: Advanced: 176-184 (Pharm.D. applicants 185-190)

Pearson Test of English: minimum score of 53 (Pharm.D. applicants 68)

Eiken Test of English: completion of level Pre-1 (Pharm.D. applicants Completion of Grade 1)

Puede haber diferentes requisitos de IELTS en función del curso elegido.

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