sections describe these degree programs and show suggested programs
of study to fulfill the requirements for graduation. Continuing
students are to follow the degree program in effect when they
started. The following sections discuss specific Computer Science
Table 1 shows the four-year program of study leading to the B.S. degree in Computer Science. A CIS requirement is an appropriate research/design project course from the sequence of CIS 492-495, leading to an acceptable technical report and a comprehensive examination on its contents.
Table 2 shows the four-year program of study leading to the B.S. degree in Computer Information Systems. A CIS requirement is an appropriate research/design project course from the sequence of CIS 492-495, leading to an acceptable technical report and a comprehensive examination on its contents.
The Department of Computer and Information Science offers the opportunity for beginning undergraduate students with superior records to enter the Five-Year B.S./M.S. Degree Program. Students may be chosen for this program based on their academic achievement in secondary school. To be eligible for selection, beginning undergraduate students must have a minimum cumulative high school grade point average of 3.25 and a minimum composite Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) score of 1000 or a minimum ACT score of 24. Participants are selected for this program from eligible applicants through a screening process conducted by the departmental faculty.
Students must satisfy all University general education requirements for undergraduates, the requisite major and cognate courses for the bachelor's degree and at least twenty-four (24) semester hours of graduate course work in the major field. Students pursue advanced course work and research during their fourth year of enrollment. Summer research opportunities are provided and may be required depending on the type of the student's research project.
Academic progress is monitored continuously. Students must maintain a cumulative B or better average. After successful completion of the third year, students must be admitted to the graduate program. Graduate admission may be provided upon the recommendation of the departmental chairperson and approval of the School Dean.
fourth year, students may begin graduate course work while completing
undergraduate degree requirements. The maximum credit hour load
for undergraduate study shall remain through the fourth year
of study. Students are engaged in graduate study exclusively
during the fifth year at which time the maximum credit hour load
for graduate study shall apply. During the fifth year students
satisfy the graduate residence requirement.
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