B.S. in Computer Science
Students pursuing a B.S. in Computer Science must take a minimum of 360 units in the following categories: Computer Science, Mathematics/Probability, Engineering and Natural Sciences, Humanities and Arts, Required Minor, Computing @ Carnegie Mellon and Free Electives.
Computer Science Undergraduate curriculum information for prior years is available on the Current Student Resources page.
See individual page links for double counting restrictions.
B.S. in Computational Biology
The bachelor of science program in computational biology is administered by the Computational Biology Department.
You can access the list of requirements and courses on their Degree Requirements webpage.
Bachelor of Computer Science and Arts
The BCSA curriculum requires students to fulfill general education requirements, and requirements for their CFA and SCS concentrations. For details about the program's academic requirements please refer to information available on their BSCA Curriculum page.
B.S. in Music and Technology
In the Music and Technology undergraduate program, students complete either a music concentration or the technical concentration. A complete breakdown of the curriculum is available on their Bachelor Curriculum page.
Additional Major in Computer Science
The additional major in computer science allows students pursuing a primary major in another department to also earn a CS degree.
In order to avoid excessive double-counting, students pursuing a double major or minor in computer science must complete at least six courses in their home department, of at least 9 units each, none of which are required by (or are cognates for requirements in) the computer science major.
Students working toward a CS minor must take the prerequisite courses 15-112: Fundamentals of Programming and 21-127: Concepts of Mathematics.
Required courses include:
- 15-122: Principles of Imperative Computation (requires 21-127 as a co-req)
- 15-150: Principles of Functional Programming
- 15-210: Parallel and Sequential Data Structures and Algorithms
- One of the following courses: 15-213: Introduction to Computer Systems; 15-251: Great Theoretical Ideas in Computer Science
- Two Computer Science electives (15-213 or higher; one can be from any SCS department, with prior approval)