Course of Study

Please note that the following list is an AMCS potential course of study.

Please see the AMCS Requirements Checklist form.

Fall I: 14 credits

  • CompSci 250¬†Introduction to Computer Programming, 3 cr
  • English 101 College Writing, 3 cr
  • Math 116 College Algebra, 3 cr
  • Math 117 Trigonometry, 2 cr
  • Humanities or Social Science, 3 cr

Spring II: 17 credits

  • CompSci 251 Intermediate Computer Programming , 4 cr
  • English 102 College Writing, 3 cr
  • Math 231 Calculus and Analytic Geometry, 4 cr
  • Arts, 3 cr
  • Humanities or Social Science, 3 cr

Fall III: 17 credits

  • CompSci 315 (215), Introduction to Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming , 3 cr
  • CompSci 351 (252), Data Structures and Algorithms, 4 cr.
  • Math 232 Calculus and Analytic Geometry, 4 cr
  • Math 341 Seminar: Introduction to the Language and Practice of Mathematics, 3 cr
  • Humanities or Social Science, 3 cr

Spring IV: 14-15 credits

  • CompSci 317 (217) Discrete Information Structures, 3 cr
  • Math 233 Calculus and Analytic Geometry, 4 cr
  • Math – 234 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations OR Math – 240 Matrices and Applications, 4 cr
  • Natural Science with lab, 3-4 cr

Fall V: 15 credits

  • CompSci 535 Algorithm Design and Analysis, 3 cr
  • CompSci or Math elective 6 cr
  • Math sequence course, 3 cr
  • Natural Science, 3 cr

Spring VI: 15 credits

  • CompSci advanced elective, 3 cr
  • Math sequence course, 3 cr
  • Math advanced elective, 3 cr
  • Humanities or Social Science, 3 cr
  • Math or CompSci elective, 3 cr

Fall VII: 15 credits

  • CompSci advanced elective, 3 cr
  • Math advanced elective, 3 cr
  • Humanities or Social Science, 6 cr
  • Math or CompSci elective, 3 cr

Spring VIII: 13-15 credits

  • CompSci or Math advanced electives, 12 cr
  • Elective, 1-3 cr

(Note: select a sufficient number of elective credits from the College of Letters and Science to earn a minimum of 80 L&S credits.)