Upper Division Undergraduate Coursework

Upper Division Undergraduate Coursework-9
Also, the above plan assumes having taken one of MATH 21, 22, 23A, or AMS 10 prior to arriving at UCSC.For additional information on SOE policies, see the Major Preparation Selection Criteria webpage.

Also, the above plan assumes having taken one of MATH 21, 22, 23A, or AMS 10 prior to arriving at UCSC.For additional information on SOE policies, see the Major Preparation Selection Criteria webpage.

There are also introductory programming classes intended for nonmajors: CMPS 5P, Introduction to Programming in Python.

Recipients of a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts degree in Computer Science at UC Santa Cruz are expected to have the following skills and experiences: Students interested in pursuing computer science must indicate computer science as a proposed major on their application for admission to UCSC.

Students admitted to UCSC in Fall 2018 will be able to declare a computer science major only if they have been admitted to UCSC as proposed computer science majors.

For all students, it is necessary to be listed as proposed computer science majors within the School of Engineering before being able to declare the major. A.) as their major between student’s second to sixth quarter; (ii) students have to have completed all the foundation courses listed below when they declare their major; and (iii) students must have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.80 in the foundation courses attempted at UCSC, with at most one unsuccessful attempt (grade C-, D , D, D-, F, or NP) permitted in a foundation course.

It is highly recommended that two of these courses are AMS 10 (or Math 21) and Math 23A.

Note: one elective must be drawn from the DC course list and one from the capstone course.

Applications of computer science are found in many other areas of study, from art, music, and linguistics to social sciences, economics, business, digital, and social media, environmental and life sciences, and sciences. For those students whose primary interest is in another area, a minor in computer science is offered.

The Computer Science Department offers a wide range of courses intended for nonmajors as well as majors.

It is recommended that high school students intending to apply to the computer science major have completed four years of mathematics (through advanced algebra and trigonometry) and three years of science in high school.

Comparable college mathematics and science courses completed at other institutions also serve to properly prepare a student for the computer science major.

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