By the Junior year, all Computer Science majors must have met with their advisers to plan a sequence of courses (Concentrated Studies Package) appropriate to their career objectives. All Concentrated Studies Packages are composed of two parts: a 9 unit specialization component and a 6 unit options component. All 15 units must be upper division or 500 level courses. At least 12 of the units must be in Computer Science. All Packages must be approved by an advisor and the Department Chair.
Once a Concentrated Studies Package has been approved, any course substitution must be approved by the student's advisor and the Department Chair.
Options Component (6 units)
Select any two 400 or 500 level courses in Computer Science
Specialization Component (9 units)
Select any three 300, 400, or 500 level courses. At least six units must be in Computer Science. The following are suggested courses for specialization in: