STEM Office, Science 157
Sherry Ettlich, Director
Computer science is an exciting and growing field with career opportunities ranging from running a small business to working in industry, government, or education. The capstone experience prepares students for the job market by providing real-world work experience.
The SOU computer system checks prerequisites when processing a student’s request to register. Students must have a C- or better in all prerequisite courses. In addition, students must have a B or better in CS 256 and CS 257 .
Accelerated Baccalaureate Degree Program
Computer science majors may participate in the Accelerated Baccalaureate Degree Program. For more information, see the Accelerated Baccalaureate Degree Program section.
Emerging Media & Digital Arts
Through the programs of Art, Communication, and Emerging Media & Digital Arts, SOU provides interdisciplinary instruction in visual narrative, design, and creation of visuals in a digital age. For information on Emerging Media & Digital Arts courses, see the EMDA courses in the Course Descriptions section of the catalog.
Computer science majors interested in E-Commerce should consider adding the Certificate in Interactive Marketing and E-Commerce (CIMeC). CS 256, 257 and 295 may be used to meet some of the E-Commerce certificate requirements. See Certificate in Interactive Marketing and E-Commerce (CIMeC) .
The Mathematics-Computer Science co-major provides training in both math and computer science. For information about this degree, see Mathematics-Computer Science, BA or BS
ProgramsBachelor of Arts/Bachelor of ScienceMinor