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SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Dr. Michael Oudshoorn, Dean; Mr. Roger Shore; Dr. William Suchan; Dr. Kimberly Titus. The School of Engineering offers the B.S. and B.A. degree in Computer Science, the B.S. degree in Computer Science with a concentration in Cybersecurity, and the B.S. degree in Computer Science with a concentration in Visual Computing. The School also offers a minor in Computer Science.

Department of Computer Science Dr. Michael Oudshoorn; Mr. Roger Shore; Dr. William Suchan. Dr. Kimberly Titus.

B.S. in Computer Science (Cybersecurity Concentration) Major Requirements..................................... 68 credits University Core Requirements...................... 50 credits Electives....................................................... 10 credits TOTAL.................................................... 128 credits B.S. in Computer Science (Visual Computing Concentration) Major Requirements..................................... 68 credits University Core Requirements...................... 50 credits Electives....................................................... 10 credits TOTAL.................................................... 128 credits

Programs of Study • Computer Science Major (B.A. and B.S.) • Computer Science Major – Cybersecurity Concentration (B.S.) • Computer Science Major – Visual Computing Concentration (B.S.) • Computer Science Minor

Computer Science Major Student Learning Outcomes Upon completing the Computer Science program at High Point University, students will:

Degree Requirements

1. Describe the essential knowledge of computer science and demonstrate a substantial mastery of one key elective or concentration area.

To graduate from High Point University with a degree from the Department of Computer Science, students must complete one of the following:

2. Apply problem solving, scientific methods, and mathematics in the design, analysis, and implementation of a computer application.

B.A. in Computer Science

3. Collaboratively work with peers applying theory and practice to the implementation of a computer application.

Major Requirements...............................44 credits University Core Requirements.................50 credits Electives.................................................34 credits TOTAL..............................................128 credits B.S. in Computer Science Major Requirements...............................68 credits University Core Requirements.................50 credits Electives.................................................10 credits TOTAL..............................................128 credits

4. Effectively research, interpret and communicate technical material both orally and in writing.

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HPU Undergraduate Bulletin 2018 2019  

HPU Undergraduate Bulletin 2018 2019