Degree Requirements:

 

Be sure to check that you are following the correct requirements based on your admission to the program. This curriculum requires students to choose one LMC thread and one CS thread. The possible combinations and their curriculum are as follows:

*2017-2018 catalog thread plans will be uploaded momentarily

CM 2017-2018 Freshman-Sophomore Advising Sheet

CM 2017-2018 Eight Semester Thread Plan

Core Required Classes: 46 Hours Hours
ENGL 1101 3
ENGL 1102 3
LMC Humanities Elective 3
MATH 1501 – Calculus 1 4
MATH 1502 – Calculus 2 4
MATH 2605 – Calculus 3 for Computer Science 4
HIST 2111 or 2112 or INTA 1200 or POL 1101 or PUBP 3000 3
Social Science Elective/PSYC 1101 3
Social Science Elective 3
Social Science Elective 3
Lab Science 4
Lab Science 4
HPS 1040 – Wellness 2
CS Required Classes: 31 – 40 Hours Hours
CS 1332 – Data Structures 3
CS 2050 – Constructing Proofs 3
CS 2110/2261 – Computing Organization/Media Device Architecture 4
CS 2340 – Objects and Design 3
CS 4001 – Computing and Society 3
CoC Media, People or Intelligence Thread
Course Requirements vary according to thread
15 – 24
LMC Required Classes: 30 Hours Hours
LMC 2700 – Intro to CM 3
LMC Games, Interaction, Narrative or Film Thread
Course requirements will vary according to thread
27
Required Capstone: 4 Hours Hours
Capstone (CS 4911 and CS4901) 4
Free Electives: 2 – 11 Hours Hours
Free Electives (hours vary, depending on CS thread) 2 – 11
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION 122

Previously Enrolled CM Students:

 

If you entered the Computational Media Program before the Summer 2012 semester the following requirements apply. Printable PDF Version

Core Required Classes: 46 Hours Hours
ENGL 1101 3
ENGL 1102 3
Humanities Elective 3
LMC 3206 or 3314 – Communication and Culture/Technology of Representation 3
MATH 1501 – Calculus 1 4
MATH 1502 – Calculus 2 4
MATH 2605 – Calculus 3 for Computer Science 4
HIST 2111 or 2112 or INTA 1200 or POL 1101 or PUBP 3000 3
Social Science Elective 3
Social Science Elective 3
Social Science Elective 3
Lab Science 4
Lab Science 4
HPS 1040 – Wellness 2
CS Required Classes: 46 Hours Hours
CS 1301 or 1315 or 1371 – Intro to CS, Intro to Media Comp., CS for Engineers 3
CS 1331 – Intro to Object Oriented Programming 3
CS 1332 – Data Structures (ADD) 3
CS 2261 – Media Device Architeture 4
CS 1050 – Constructing Proofs 3
CS 2340 – Objects and Design 3
CS 4001 – Computing and Society 3
CS Specialty Course [Summer 2015] [Fall 2015] 3
CS Specialty Course [Summer 2015] [Fall 2015] 3
CS Specialty Course [Summer 2015] [Fall 2015] 3
CS Specialty Course [Summer 2015] [Fall 2015]
LMC Required Classes: 30 Hours Hours
LMC 2720 3
LMC 2400 or 2500 or 2600 3
LMC 2700 3
2 LMC Studio courses: 2730, 3705, or 3710 3
LMC Specialty Course [Summer 2015] [Fall 2015] 3
LMC Specialty Course [Summer 2015] [Fall 2015] 3
LMC Specialty Course [Summer 2015] [Fall 2015] 3
LMC Advanced Studio: 4699, 4720, 4725, 4730, 4731, or 4732 3
LMC Elective 3
Required Capstone: 4 Hours Hours
Capstone (4 Hours) 4
Free Electives: 8 Hours Hours
Free Elective 3
Free Elective 3
Free Elective 2
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION 122

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