Number of Credits and GPA
The BS in Computer Science and Game Design requires completion of at least 142 semester credits with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better. The program usually spans eight semesters of fifteen weeks each, or four academic years. See the sample course sequence for more information.
Students must receive a grade of 1.7 (or “C-“) or higher in all core courses for the BS in Computer Science and Game Design major. (In a non-core course, a grade of 1.0 [or “D”] is considered passing.)
|Art, Computer Graphics, or Music||3||ART 102, ART 105, CG 102, CG 125, CG 130, or MUS 115.|
|Career Preparation||3||COM 150|
|College Preparation||1||COL 101|
|Computer Science||42||CS 100, CS 120, CS 170, CS 180, CS 225, CS 230, CS 280, and CS 330.|
Twelve additional credits must be selected from other courses with the designation CS that are numbered 200 or higher.
|Design||18||DES 115, DES 212, DES 214, and DES 315.|
Six additional credits must be selected from other courses with the designation DES that are numbered 200 or higher.
|English||6||Six credits must be selected from courses with the designation ENG.|
|Humanities and Social Sciences||3||Three credits must be selected from courses in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences section of the catalog, except for those with the designation COL.|
|Mathematics and Science||33||MAT 140, MAT 150 or MAT 180, MAT 200 or MAT 230, MAT 250, MAT 258, PHY 200, PHY 200L, and PHY 250.|
Six additional credits must be selected from other courses with the designation PHY that are numbered 250 or higher, or with the designation MAT that are numbered 220 or higher.
|Projects||30||GAM 100 and GAM 150.|
Twenty-four additional credits must be selected from other courses with the designation GAM or CSP that are numbered 200 or higher.
Note on General Education Courses
The following courses satisfy the general education requirement for the BS in Computer Science and Game Design: COM 150 (3), PSY 101 (3), two ENG electives (6), MAT 140 (4), MAT 150 or MAT 180 (4), MAT 200 or MAT 230 (4), PHY 200 (4), PHY 200L (1), PHY 250 (4), and one Humanities and Social Sciences elective (3).