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Computer Science 198
Major Requirements: CCAS and UC–C
Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Computer Science
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Computer Science
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  Camden Undergraduate Catalog 2008-2010 Liberal Arts Colleges Programs, Faculty, and Courses Computer Science 198  

Computer Science 198


Major requirements in computer science can be completed either through daytime or evening attendance.

Department of Computer Science

Chair: Sunil M. Shende


Jean-Camille Birget, B.S., Ecole Centrale de Paris (France); M.S., Ph.D., California (Berkeley)

Guy Kortsarz, Ph.D., Weizmann (Israel)

Michael A. Palis, B.S.E.E., Philippines; Ph.D., Minnesota

Associate Professors:

Dawei Hong, Ph.D., Nebraska (Lincoln)

Suneeta Ramaswami, B.A., Wellesley College; Ph.D., Pennsylvania

Sunil M. Shende, B.Tech., Indian Institute of Technology (Kanpur); Ph.D., Pennsylvania

Assistant Professors:

Rajiv Gandhi, Ph.D., Maryland (College Park)

The Department of Computer Science offers a comprehensive program that prepares students for professional careers and/or graduate studies in computer science.

Students majoring in computer science may choose between two degree programs: the bachelor of science (B.S.) and the bachelor of arts (B.A.). The two programs have very similar computer science requirements. The B.S. degree program requires the course 50:198:476 Introduction to the Theory of Computation, whereas the B.A. degree program does not. The programs do have substantially different natural science and mathematics requirements. The B.S. degree requires a minimum of 29-32 credits in natural science and mathematics and is intended for students planning to pursue careers and/or graduate studies in science and engineering. The B.A. degree has fewer natural science and mathematics requirements (a minimum of 21-24 credits), thus allowing students greater opportunity to develop breadth of knowledge in other disciplines such as the arts, humanities, social sciences, and business.

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