To prepare intellectual, professional, and ethical graduates capable of meeting challenges in the field of computer science; and to coordinate with other parts of the university to facilitate the effective use of educational resources, including courses.
The computer science curriculum is designed to prepare students to enter the rapidly expanding computer field. It is based upon the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineer Computer Society and the Association for Computing Machinery recommendations for curricula and courses. The four-year undergraduate curriculum in computer science includes a sound preparation in science, mathematics, English, statistics and computing. Students majoring in computer science at Texas A&M will take a 12-hour area of concentration in another department. Electives are available in the areas of: algorithms, languages and computability, software systems, networking, computer systems and architecture, artificial intelligence and cognitive modeling, vision, graphics and robotics and computational science and engineering. Advanced undergraduates may take graduate courses in these areas.
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