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EECS 138. Introduction to Computing: _____. 3 Hours NM.

Algorithm development, basic computer organization, syntax and semantics of a high-level programming language, including testing and debugging. Concept of structure in data and programs, arrays, top-down design, subroutines and library programs. Abstract data types. System concepts such as compilation and files. Nature and scope of computer science. Not open to electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, and interdisciplinary computing majors. Prerequisite: MATH 101 or MATH 104, or meeting the requirements to enroll in MATH 115 or MATH 125 or MATH 145. LEC.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

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B.S. in Computer Science Program Educational Objectives Graduates who have earned the bachelor’s degree in computer science, within a few years following graduation, will have demonstrated technical proficiency, collaborative activities, and professional development. Technical Proficiency Graduates will have achieved success and visibility in their chosen careers as shown by technical accomplishments in industry, government, entrepreneurial activities, or academia. Collaborative Activities Graduates will have exercised shared responsibilities through activities such as contributions to multiperson or multidisciplinary technical projects, participation in professional society/organization functions, or performing collaborative research. In all such cases, graduates will have contributed to documentation of the collaborative activities. Professional Development Graduates will have demonstrated continual updating to extend their expertise and adapt to a changing environment through graduate studies; short courses, conferences, and seminars; or professional self-study. In addition, graduates will have demonstrated evidence of increasing technical and/or managerial impact. Careers Professional Opportunities Computer scientists may pursue the design, analysis, and implementation of computer algorithms; study the theory of programming methods and languages; or design and develop software systems. They also may work in artificial intelligence, database systems, parallel and distributed computation, human-computer interaction, computer graphics, operating systems, or computer systems analysis and administration. Computer scientists may work for software companies, government and defense, telecommunications, or consulting firms.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

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B.S. in Computer Engineering Program Educational Objectives Graduates who have earned the bachelor’s degree in computer engineering, within a few years following graduation, will have demonstrated technical proficiency, collaborative activities, and professional development. Technical Proficiency Graduates will have achieved success and visibility in their chosen careers as shown by technical accomplishments in industry, government, entrepreneurial activities, or academia. Collaborative Activities Graduates will have exercised shared responsibilities through activities such as contributions to multiperson or multidisciplinary technical projects, participation in professional society/organization functions, or performing collaborative research. In all such cases, graduates will have contributed to documentation of the collaborative activities. Professional Development Graduates will have demonstrated continual updating to extend their expertise and adapt to a changing environment through graduate studies; short courses, conferences, and seminars; or professional self-study. In addition, graduates will have demonstrated evidence of increasing technical and/or managerial impact. Careers Professional Opportunities Computer engineers may work in computer elements and architectures, very large-scale integrated circuits for data processing and storage, embedded and real-time computer systems, or computer networking. Computer engineers may work in the computer industry, telecommunications, government and defense, software companies or consulting firms.

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering

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B.S. in Electrical Engineering Program Educational Objectives Graduates who have earned the bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, within a few years following graduation, will have demonstrated technical proficiency, collaborative activities, and professional development. Technical Proficiency Graduates will have achieved success and visibility in their chosen careers as shown by technical accomplishments in industry, government, entrepreneurial activities, or academia. Collaborative Activities Graduates will have exercised shared responsibilities through activities such as contributions to multiperson or multidisciplinary technical projects, participation in professional society/organization functions, or performing collaborative research. In all such cases, graduates will have contributed to documentation of the collaborative activities. Professional Development Graduates will have demonstrated continual updating to extend their expertise and adapt to a changing environment through graduate studies; short courses, conferences, and seminars; or professional self-study. In addition, graduates will have demonstrated evidence of increasing technical and/or managerial impact. Careers Professional Opportunities Electrical engineers may work in circuit design, electronic devices, electrical and optical communications, control and automation, electromagnetics, instrumentation, energy and power, or signal processing. Electrical engineers may work in telecommunications, consumer electronics, or public utility companies; government agencies; and defense-related or consulting firms.

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics

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...AE 211 Computing for Engineers 3 or EECS 138 Introduction to Computing: _____ AE 245...

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

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...3-4 EECS 138 Introduction to Computing: _____ EECS 168 Programming I EECS 169 Programming...

Bachelor of Science in Physics

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...by: EECS 138 Introduction to Computing: _____ or EECS 168 Programming I or EECS 169...

Bachelor of Science in Geology

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...EECS 220 Electromagnetics I Intro to Computing. Satisfied by one of the following: EECS 138...

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering

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...Elective EECS 138 Introduction to Computing: _____ (C++, Fortran, or Matlab) * 3 or EECS 137...

Bachelor of Science in Behavioral Neuroscience

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...List Code Title Hours Satisfied by: 6 EECS 138 Introduction to Computing: _____ An additional...

Bachelor of Science in Geography

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...CHEM 196 ) 10 Information Technology. Satisfied by: EECS 138 Introduction to Computing: _____ 3 Geography...

Bachelor of Science in Atmospheric Science

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...Computing and Programming. Satisfied by the following: EECS 138 Introduction to Computing: _____ (Fortran preferred...

Bachelor of Arts in Geology

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...biology course) 4 Information Technology. Satisfied by: EECS 138 Introduction to Computing: _____ 3 Geology...