Bulletin: 2013-2015

  • A minimum of 120 credit hours are required for graduation with at least 30 credits at the 300 - 400 level. Electives may be chosen to satisfy a minor and/or another major.
  • This document is to be used solely as a planning guide.  It in no way guarantees that degree requirements will be satisfied by the indicated completion date.
  • Students taking prerequisite coursework may not need all electives listed in academic plan.

Download a PDF copy of this 4-Year Plan.

Suggested Year 1 Program

Fall Semester
CourseCredit Hours
ENG-W1311, 23
COAS-FY10421
MATH-M21525
CSCI-C2014
Total: 13
Spring Semester
CourseCredit Hours
SPCH-S1211,23
CSCI-C2514
CSCI-C2024
MATH-M2165
Total: 16
Summer Semester
CourseCredit Hours
General Elective3
Total: 3

Suggested Year 2 Program

Fall Semester
CourseCredit Hours
CSCI-C3354
CSCI-C3434
Ethical Reasoning or Diversity2, 33
MATH-M3033
Total: 14
Spring Semester
CourseCredit Hours
CSCI-C3114
CSCI-C3464
Art or Humanities2, 33
Social Science2, 33
Total: 14
Summer Semester
CourseCredit Hours
General Elective3
Total: 3

Suggested Year 3 Program

Fall Semester
CourseCredit Hours
CSCI-Elective (400-level or above)3-4
PHYS-P221 or CHEM-C105/C12525
MATH-M3603
ENG-W234 or W29023
Total: 14-15
Spring Semester
CourseCredit Hours
CSCI-P4364
PHYS-P222 or CHEM-C106/C1265
MATH Elective (Rec: MATH-M311)3
General Elective3
Total: 15
Summer Semester
CourseCredit Hours
CSCI Elective (400-level or above)3-4
Total: 3-4

Suggested Year 4 Program

Fall Semester
CourseCredit Hours
CSCI Elective (400-level or above)3-4
Gen. Ed. Requirement2, 3, 43
Natural Science Elective(s)5
CSCI-P4452
Total: 13-14
Spring Semester
CourseCredit Hours
CSCI-C4554
CSCI-P4462
General Elective3
General Elective3
Total: 12

1Honor students can substitute HON-H103 and HON-H104 for W131 and S121.
2These courses may also count as General Education courses.
3For a list of approved courses, visit http://www.ius.edu/generaleducation/requirements2.cfm.
4This course must be selected from Arts, Humanities, or Social Science (must be different subject from Gen. Ed. selections).

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