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The B.S. in computing technology (pending CBHE approval) is a newer degree program that favors exposure to a wide variety of tools and technologies over traditional depth or thorough computer science background. Students completing this degree are well prepared for many careers and opportunities, determined by the choices of many available elective courses, which can still be packaged into certificates.
The following is a brief summary of degree requirements. For complete information and restrictions, please consult the University of Missouri-St. Louis Bulletin appropriate to you.
- All general education requirements of the University. Courses in the major may be applied to satisfy the Mathematical Skills requirement, and the Natural Sciences or Mathematics requirements.
- The following course work is required. All mathematical sciences courses presented to meet the degree requirements must be completed with a grade of C- or better. At least four courses numbered 3000 or above must be taken in residence. Students must have a 2.0 grade point average in the mathematical sciences courses completed.
Candidates for the B.S. Computing Technology degree must complete the following courses:
- CMP SCI 1250 Introduction to Computing
- CMP SCI 2250 Programming and Data Structures
- CMP SCI 2261 Object-Oriented Programming
- CMP SCI 2700 Computer Organization and Architecture
- CMP SCI 2750 System Programming and Tools
- CMP SCI 3010 Web Programming
- CMP SCI 4010 Advanced Web Devleopment with Java
- CMP SCI 4500 Introduction to the Software Profession
CMP SCI 4610 Database Management Systems
- INFSYS 3844 Developing Buisness Applications in .NET
INFSYS 3868 Secure Software Development
Computer Science Electives
Select five more elective computer science courses, numbered above 3000.
Mathematics and Statistics
- MATH 1320 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
- MATH 1800 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
- MATH 2300 Introduction to Discrete Structures
- or MATH 3000 Discrete Structures
- ENGL 3130 Technical Writing
There are no related area requirements for majors in Computing Technology.