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Montana Tech of the University of Montana Bachelor of Science in COMPUTER SCIENCE
2009-2010 Catalog
FRESHMAN YEAR
Total Credits
16
Total Credits
15
SOPHOMORE YEAR
Total Credits
16
Total Credits
15
JUNIOR YEAR
Total Credits
15
Total Credits
14
SENIOR YEAR
Total Credits
14
Total Credits
15
Minimum credits for B.S. degree in Computer Science = 120 *Science electives must include a two-semester sequence of laboratory science (min. of 12 credits total): Either (1) BIOL 1086,1096, and 1116 plus 4 more science credits; (2) CHMY 141 w/lab 142, CHMY 143 w/lab 144 plus 4 more science credtis; (3) GEO 101 plus 5 more science credits; (4) PHYS 1046, 2076 w/lab 2096, and PHYS 2086 w/lab 2106 plus 1 more science credit.(take the physics sequence for the Electronic Control Systems Emphasis.) **COMM 1226 Public Speaking or COMM 1216 Prin. of Speaking can replace COMM 2016. C.S. 4606 Senior Design Project can replace internship. WRIT 321 Advanced Technical Writing, WRIT 325 Writing in the Sciences or WRIT 322 Advanced Business Writing can replace ENGR 3210W ***Professional electives are the classes that meet the Computer Science degree options. (Professional electives on other side.) Students in the Statistics Option need to take STAT 332 before beginning the courses in the option. Professional Electives --- Junior and Senior Years Business Applications
Junior Year
Senior Year
Electronic Control Systems
Junior Year
Electric Circuits Sequence
EE
Intro to Electric Circuits (coreg Phys 2086) Electric Circuits Lab (coreq Engr 2530 & Phys 2106) Digital Circuit Design (prereq Phys 3036) Electronic Design (prereq Phys 3036 & Engr 3550) Applied Linear Systems (prereq Engr 3550) Electric Control Sequence
EE
Intro to Electric Circuits (coreq Phys 2086) Electric Circuits Lab (coreq Engr 2530 & Phys 2106) Process Instrumentation and Control (prereq Engr 2530) Process Instrumentation and Control Lab(coreq Engr 4450) Digital Circuit Design (prereq Phys 3036) Microprocessor Sequence
EE
Digital Circuit Design (prereq Phys 3036) Intro to Microprocessors (prereq Engr 3270) Intro to Electric Circuits (coreq Phys 2086) Electric Circuits Lab (coreq Engr 2530 & Phys 2106) *select 1 course of 3; + take at least one to reach 13 credits of professional electives if short 1 credit of science Engineering Applications
Junior Year
Introduction to Computer Aided Design & Problem Solving Senior Year
Introductory Engineering Computer Applications Engineering Computer Applications (even years only) * select 2 or more courses to reach a minimum of 12 elective credits within the option. Statistical Applications
Junior Year
Senior Year
STAT
Mathematical Statistics (prereq STAT 421) Technical Communication
Junior Year
Senior Year
+only one of these courses may be used to satisfy the required GER 300-level writing course

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