Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Students seeking a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science must complete a minimum of 120 credit hours including core courses in Computer Science, Computer Programming, Mathematics, Science and Liberal Arts. Elective courses from Computer Science and Engineering including Data Science, Machine Learning, Cybersecurity, Mobile App Development, Game Development, Humanities/Social Sciences, and African-American Studies are also required. This program is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

EECS Curriculum Table 1 summarizes the required core and elective courses in each area. See a sample EE undergraduate curriculum (four-year plan) in EECS Curriculum Table 2. (Note: All Computer Science courses have been given the new prefix CSCI-to replace SYCS.)

See the Undergraduate Program Handbook (PDF) for more information.

For student enrollment prior to AY 2016-17, the following worksheets are still applicable:

Checklist 2015Excel spreadsheet

Checklist 2016Excel spreadsheet

News

Associate Professor Danda Rawat to Lead Cybersecurity Partnership on $3M NNSA Grant

Tue, March 3, 2020

Howard University is the recipient of a three-year, $3 million grant from the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration, alongside two partnering minority-serving institutions, for The Partnership for Proactive Cybersecurity Training, a cybersecurity research project based on human biological system-enabled machine learning models. Read More >>

Martin Conquers Hackathons with Accessibility Software

Wed, February 12, 2020

Computer Engineering Freshman Devin C. Martin recently conquered at two hackathons: HackHarvard at Harvard University and HackDuke – Code for Good at Duke University. Martin came in third place for Hack Harvard, which had over 400 international participants from across five continents. For HackDuke, Martin placed first among over 300 participants from the nation's top engineering schools, such as the Georgia Institute of Technology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, New York University, and Yale University. The participants for each hackathon included both undergraduate and graduate students. Read More >>

Events

No Events