|MAT 1324 Calculus I||3|
|CSC 1321 Programming in C++||3|
|CSC 1310 (if needed) as Elective6||3|
|ENG 1301 Composition Rhetoric||3|
|MAT 1303 Calculus II||3|
|CSC 1322 Adv Programming in C++||3|
|CSC 1330 Assembly Language||3|
|ENG 1302 Composition and Literature||3|
|MAT 3321 Linear Algebra||3|
|CSC 2320 Data Structures||3|
|CSC 2310 Computer Organization||3|
|GEC Lab Science||4|
|EXS 1220 Basic Concepts of Wellness||3|
|MAT 3385 Discrete Math||3|
|CSC 2340 Object-Oriented Programming and Design||3|
|CSC 3391 Operating Systems||3|
|CSC 3360 Analysis of Algorithms||3|
|CSC 3320 Programming Language Concepts||3|
|CSC 4383 Software Engineering||3|
|MAT 3311 Probability & Statistics||3|
|CSC 4384 Senior Project||3|
|CSC XXXX Elective||3|
Total Credit Hours: 97
You'll complete your first three years at Texas Wesleyan and then transfer to our partner institution, the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). You'll get your B.S. in Computer Science when you finish your fourth year in the program and your first year at UTA. You're guaranteed admission to UTA if you meet the program requirements.
This is an example degree plan meant to guide you while you're planning your course schedule each semester. This is not an inflexible schedule that you have to follow exactly.
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Sometimes the course number and title just aren't enough, sometimes you need to know what the class is about. There's a lot to consider when you're planning your schedule for the next semester. Read through course descriptions that tell you what kind of material is covered in the class, prerequisite courses you'll need to take and more.
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