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Computing Certificate Requirements

The course requirements of the computing certificate are as follows:

Required courses (complete ALL the courses below) Course Description Semester hours
CSCI 1100 - 1100L* Topics in computing 3
CSCI 1301 Introduction to computing and programming 4
CSCI 1302 Software development 4
CSCI 2610*** Discrete mathematics for computer science 4


Elective Course (choose ONE from the list below)**** Course Description Semester hours
GEOG 4370 Introduction to geographic information systems 3
GEOG 4470 Geographic analysis and geographic information systems 3
ENGR 4360 Advanced topics in CAD/CAM 3
ENGR 4540 Applied machine vision 3
LING 3150 Generative syntax 3
LING 4510 Deductive systems 3
LING 4520 Model systems 3
ARTI 4510 Deductive systems 3
ARTI 4540 Symbolic processing 3
PHIL 4250 Technology and values 3
PHIL 4550 Artificial intelligence 3
CSCI 1730 Systems Programming 4
CSCI 2670 Theory of computing 4
CSCI 2720 Data structures 4
ANY CSCI 4000 - Level Course ANY CSCI 4000 - Level Course 3 or 4

Total Semester hours

  18 - 20

* A more advanced course can be substituted for CSCI 1100-1100L. Terry College Students may substitute MIST - 2090: Introduction to Information Systems in Business. 

** Each class must be passed with a "C" or better. A total of 18-20 hours will be needed.

*** Students can substitute MATH-3200 in place of CSCI-2610.

**** All elective courses must be taken in residence. 

How to apply for the Certificate in Computing:

You can apply for the certificate through Athena

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