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Advanced Manufacturing Sciences, B.S.-Computer Science Concentration

Minor (not required) Catalog Year: 2016-17

First Year

Fall: 16 Credits
  • ENG 1010 (3) Composing Arguments Or ENG 1009
  • MTH 1110 (4) College Algebra
  • Oral Communication (3)
  • AMS 1010 (3) Survey of Advanced Manufacturing
  • IND 1450 (3) OR CET 1215 (3) or MET 1200 (3)
  • MET 1010 (3) OR IND 2830 (3)
  • CS 1050 (4) Computer Science I
Spring: 16 Credits
  • ENG 1020 (3) Freshman Comp: Anly, Rsrch, & Doc.
  • MTH 1120 (3) Trigonometry
  • EET 1001 (3) Electronics: An Introduction

 

 

Second Year

Fall: 14 Credits
  • CS 1400 (4) Computer Organization I
  • COM 2610 (3) Introduction to Technical Writing
  • MET 1310 (3) Principles of Quality Assurance
  • MTH 1410 (4) Calculus I
Spring: 15 Credits
  • CET 3120 (3) Engineering Economy
  • CIS 2010 (3) Foundations of Info. Systems
  • MTH 2140 (2) Computional Matrix Algebra
  • Arts and Humanities (3)-select course approved for Multicultural
  • Natural & Physical Sciences (1)***
  • Social and Behavioral Sciences II (3)**

Third Year 

Fall: 16 Credits
  • Arts and Humanities (3)*
  • CS 2050 (4) Computer Science II
  • CS 2400 (4) Computer Organization II
  • PHY 2010 (4) & PHY 2030 (1) College Physics I & Lab
Spring: 15 Credits
  • CS 3000 (4) Computing for Adv. Manufacturing
  • CS 3140 (4) Human Computer Interaction
  • CS 3410 (4) Embedded Systems
  • Historical (3)-select course approved for Global Div.

 

Fourth Year

Fall: 15 Credits
  • CS 3510 (4) Computer Graphics
  • CS 3600 (4) Operating Systems
  • MET 3000 (4) Advanced Manufactuing Analysis
  • MGT 3000 (3) Organizational Management
Spring: 13 Credits
  • AMS 4950 (3-6) Professional Internship
  • Approved Major Electives (10)****

 

*PHI 1030-Ethics is recommended

**ECO 2020 Microeconomics is recommended

*** PHY 1020-Physics for Advanced Technology is recommended

****Students need to complete 10-credits of AMS advisor approved electives. A minimum of 7 credits of electives must be upper-division. All students are required to complete 40-credits of upper-division to graduate.


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