Department of Computer Science

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Computer Science
cs@ung.edu

706-864-1694 (Dahlonega)
678-717-3757 (Gainesville)

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Degrees Offered

Current Students

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The new Department of Computer Science houses Bachelor's degree programs in computer science and computer information systems, two minors, and the Associate's degree in computer science.  Follow this link to find out more about applying to the Computer Science Program: Undergraduate Pathways

Plans of Study

Your plan of study is a checklist of the courses required for graduation. You may choose to follow either the current plan of study or the plan in effect the year you started attending North Georgia:

2013: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems (XLSX)
          Associate Degree in Computer Science (Excel Format)

2011-2012: Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems (PDF)
                   Associate Degree in Computer Science (PDF)

2007-2010: Computer Science, Computer Information Systems (PDF)

Degree Maps

A degree map is a sample four-year selection of courses that demonstrates how you can navigate semester-by-semester toward a degree. Think of it as a visual guide to your Plan of Study above:

2013: Computer Science, Computer Information Systems (PDF)

2011-2012: Computer Science, Computer Information Systems (PDF)

2007-2010: Computer Science, Computer Information Systems (PDF)

Degree Requirements

Computer Science Major (Undergraduate Catalog requirements)

Computer Information Systems Major (Undergraduate Catalog requirements)

Computer Science Minor (Undergraduate Catalog requirements)

Computer Information Systems Minor (Undergraduate Catalog requirements)

Additional Degree Planning Resources

Computer Science Course Rotation Schedule 2012-2014 
A one-pager of every CSCI course we're offering each semester for the next two years.

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