School of Computing

Undergraduate Degree Curricula

Given the rapidly changing nature of the field, degree requirements are continually evolving. On this page you will find current degree requirements and requirements from past years.

 

2013-2015 Academic Year Curricula

The following degree requirements will apply to students that enter Clemson in the fall of 2013. Majors who started their degree program prior to fall 2013 may choose to switch to one of the new curricula, or a major may remain under the curriculum that he or she is currently on.

2009-2013 Academic Year Curricula

The following degree requirements will apply to students that enter Clemson in fall of 2009. Majors who started their degree program prior to fall 2009 may choose to switch to one of the new curricula, or a major may remain under the curriculum that he or she is currently on.

Degree Comparison:

Click here for a side-by-side comparison of the course content of the three 2013-2015 curricula (pdf format). 

Degree Program Descriptions/Current and Past Curricula

B. S. in Computer Science [Current Curriculum]: Technically oriented degree for students interested in software development for basic computer science, scientific and engineering applications. The degree is accredited under the General Criteria and Computer Science Program Criteria by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD  21202-4012 - telephone:  (410) 347-7700, http://www.abet.org. [Previous years:2009/2010-2012/2013, 2005/2006-2008/2009, 2001/2002-2004/2005, 2000/2001, 1999/2000, 1998/1999, 1997/1998 ]

B. S. Computer Information Systems [ Current Curriculum ]: Appropriate for students interested in applying computing to business applications. [Previous years:2009/2010-2012/2013, 2005/2006-2008/2009, 2001/2002-2004/2005, 2000/2001, 1999/2000, 1998/1999, 1997/1998 ]

B. A. in Computer Science [ Current Curriculum] A liberal arts degree that provides the student with the maximum flexibility in designing a program that supports his or her particular interests while at the same time providing a firm foundation in computer science. [Previous years:2009/2010-2012/2013, 2005/2006-2008/2009, 2001/2002-2004/2005, 2000/2001, 1999/2000, 1998/1999, 1997/1998 ]