Students are encouraged to elect cognates in a specific field of interest in consultation with their adviser. Possible cognate areas include, but are not limited to, mathematics, physics, philosphy, psychology, and economics.
All computer science courses must be taken for a numerical grade, except those offered only on a credit/no credit basis.
A minimum grade of 2.0 is required in any mathematics or computer science course used as a prerequisite for another course in the department.
The Mathematics and Computer Science Department may waive one or more of the foundation course requirements for students with advanced high school computer science perparation. Students may enroll in Internship (391, 392) and Directed Study (411, 412) in consultation with their advisers.