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Overview
Computer Sciences​

Academic ​Study Plan Cohort entering 

2013-2014


Acade​mic plan for the bachelor stage​

The academic plan for the bachelor's degree of Computer Sciences Department in the College of Computer and Information Sciences consists of 129 credit hours distributed as follows:​


Requirements

Credit hours


University requirements


18

College Requirements

Core

34

Electives

--

Departmental Requirements

Core

60

Electives

9

Free Courses

8


Total


129


Coding Courses

The course code consists of a literal and numerical classification. The literal classification refers to the department, and the numerical classification consists of three digits as follows:
1. The number in the hundreds represents the academic year.
2. The number in the tens represents a specific knowledge area within the department.
3. The number in the ones symbolizes the subdivision within a specific knowledge area.
 

The number in ones location meaning

The number in tens location meaning in the code of courses of the Department of Computer Sciences

Subdivision

Main division

Knowledge areas

0-4

0

Discrete Structures

5-9

Architecture and Organization

0-9

1

Programming Fundamentals

0-9

2

Algorithms and Complexity

0-9

3

Programming Languages

0-9

4

Operating Systems

0-9

5

Human-Computer Interaction

0-9

6

Graphics and Visual Computing

0-9

7

Intelligent Systems

0-4

8

Social and Professional Issues

5-9

Software Engineering

0-9

9

Computational Science

 
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