DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCES
Benjamin Kuipers, Chairman
TAY 2.124, C0500, 471-7316
Undergraduate Office: TAY 2.126, 471-9509
Graduate Office: TAY 2.114, 471-9502
Undergraduates may not enroll in any computer sciences course more than twice without written permission of a departmental adviser. No student may enroll in any computer sciences course more than three times.
Students who plan to major in computer sciences should take C S 307. The prerequisite for C S 307 is one of the following: one year of programming in high school, C S 304P with a grade of at least C, or consent of instructor; and one of the following: a score of at least 560 on the SAT II Subject Test in Mathematics Level I or IC (or a score of at least 540 if the student took the test before April 1, 1995), a score of at least 530 on the SAT II Subject Test in Mathematics Level IIC (or a score of at least 560 if the student took the test before April 1, 1995), or M 305G with a grade of at least C.
CORE REQUIREMENT. To enroll in any computer sciences course numbered above 336, all students must have completed the following courses with a grade of at least C in each: C S 307, 310, 315, 328, 336, M 408D, and PHL 313K.
Final instructor assignments will be posted outside the departmental office and will supersede instructors listed in this Course Schedule.
Computer Sciences - C S - undergraduate courses
Computer Sciences - C S - graduate courses
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