The College of Science and Engineering’s (CSE) BS in Computational Sciences is designed to provide an integrated and interdisciplinary undergraduate degree that applies the theoretical rigor of mathematics and computational methods to real-life problems.
The Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes of the BS in Computational Sciences were developed to provide students with a deeper understanding of the degree program and a description of the competencies they can expect to possess after completing the program.
Students in the BS in Computational Sciences program will have the option of pursuing a general degree or of concentrating in one of two tracks: Mathematical Modeling or Computer Science. Each track consists of five concentration courses, two of which are mandatory.
The BS in Computational Sciences is offered as part of AUA’s liberal arts education. Program-wide and university-wide goals have been designed to ensure that AUA’s graduates become not only specialists in their fields, but also develop into well-rounded individuals, able to think critically and creatively, to learn independently, to understand different thinking traditions, to work collaboratively, and to interact with people from different cultures and disciplines.
As one of AUA’s founding colleges, the College of Science and Engineering is also home to the Engineering Research Center as well as two of the university’s Master’s degree programs: Industrial Engineering and Systems Management (IESM) as well as Computer and Information Science (CIS).
- BS CS Degree Requirements
- General Education Requirements
- CS Course Prerequisite Map
- CS Typical Course Schedule
- CS Curriculum Map
- BS in CS Program Goals & Student Learning Outcomes