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Computer Science Major Requirements
Math Major Requirements
Economics Major Requirements
Major Requirements for Computer Science
A minimum of ten course credits, including:
 Calculus of a Single Variable (MAT 120 or 121)
 Foundations of Computer Science (CSC 140)
 Software Architecture (CSC 144)
 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science (CSC 151)
 Algorithms and Data Structures (CSC 213)
 Computer Organization (CSC 218)
 At least four 300level courses in computer science, one of which may be an internship, individual project, or group project
The faculty strongly recommends additional study of mathematics and statistics, to include Statistical Methods I (INT 201) and Linear Algebra (MAT 221), for those students who intend to pursue software engineering careers or continue their study of computer science at the graduate level.
 Calculus of a Single Variable (MAT 120 or 121)
 Foundations of Computer Science (CSC 140)
 Software Architecture (CSC 144)
 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science (CSC 151)
 Algorithms and Data Structures (CSC 213)
 Computer Organization (CSC 218)
 At least one 300level course in computer science, excluding internships, individual projects, and group projects
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Major Requirements for Mathematics

1012 courses, including:
 Calculus sequence (refer to course catalogue for options)
 Calculus of a Single Variable Part I & II (119, 120) or Calculus of a Single Variable (121)
 Calculus of Several Variables (122)
 Linear Algebra (221)
 Differential Equations (236)
 Intro to Proof: Number Theory (301)
 Modern Algebra I or Analysis I (327 or 328)
 Foundations of Computer Science (CSC 140)
 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science (CSC 151)
 Statistical Methods I (INT 201)
 Three additional mathematics courses at the 200 or 300 level; at least two of them at the 300 level
 Calculus sequence (refer to course catalogue for options)
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Major Requirements for Economics and Business
A minimum of 11 course credits, including the following core courses:
 Macroeconomics (101)
 Microeconomics (102)
 Financial Accounting (151)
 Intermediate Microeconomics (301)
 Intermediate Macroeconomics (302)
 Statistical Methods I (INT 201) or Mathematical Statistics II (MAT 348)
 at least one 200level ECB course from the following list of
quantitative literacy courses, to be taken by Term Four of the junior
year:
 Money and Banking (225)
 Managerial Accounting (253)
 Enterprise and Entrepreneurship in U.S. Economic History (254)
 Labor Market Issues (257)
 Economics of Sports (258)
 at least two of the following seminar courses:
 Industrial Organization Seminar (311)
 Women, Men, and the Labor Market Seminar (320)
 Macroeconomics Seminar (321)
 International Economics Seminar (323)
 Financial Management Seminar (352)
 Multinational Corporations in Historical Perspective Seminar (355)
 Economics of Organizations Seminar (356)
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