The following computer science courses are required:
*Students with no prior experience with software tools (editors, scripting, code management, etc.) are encouraged to take 15-131: Great Practical Ideas in Computer Science concurrently with this course.
**Students with no prior programming experience take 15-112: Fundamentals of Programming before 15-122.
Communications Course (choose one)
15-221 Technical Communication for Computer Scientists
Algorithms & Complexity Elective (choose one)
Applications Elective (choose one)
Logics & Languages Elective (choose one)
Software Systems Elective (choose one)
Computer Science Electives (choose two)
Choose two courses from any SCS department, usually at the 200-level or above. Departments include Computer Science (15-xxx), Computational Biology Department (02-), Human-Computer Interaction Institute (05-), Institute for Software Research (08, 17-), Machine Learning (10-), Language Technologies Institute (11-) and the Robotics Institute (16-).
Mathematics & Probability
Five mathematics courses are required.
Engineering & Natural Sciences
Four engineering or science courses are required, of which at least one must have a laboratory component and at least two must be from the same department. Courses with a primary focus on programming, computation or mathematics are not acceptable for science or engineering courses.
All CS undergraduates must complete a minor. Completion of a second major (or double degree) also satisfies this requirement. If permitted by the minor or second major department, courses taken in satisfaction for the minor or second major may also count toward any category other than required courses in computer science. More information can be found on the minor requirement page.
For more information about B.S. Computer Science's curriculum, please contact its section in CM's web page.
Carnegie Mellon University owes its name to businessman Andrew Carnegie, who in 1900 donated a great sum of money for the construction of technical schools for sons and daughters of Pittsburgh’s workers.
Over a hundred years later after its foundation, Carnegie Mellon University has grown and consolidated as one of the most important universities in the state of Pennsylvania, with more than 13.500 students and seven colleges:
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