University of Oregon

Computer Science 2013-2014

Degree Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science

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General Education

Transfer Equivalency website

 
 
 

Required Courses

University Requirement PCC Equivalent Credits

MTH 251, 252 Calculus I, II or

MTH 261, 262 Calculus with Theory I, II or

MTH 246, 247 Calculus for Biological Sci.
MTH 251 & 252- Calculus I & II 9

MTH 231 & 232- Discrete Math I & III

CS 250, 251- Discrete Structures I, II

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MTH 233 Elements of Discrete Math III or

MTH 253 Calculus III or

MTH 263 Calculus with Theory III or

MTH 341 Elementary Linear Algebra or

MTH 425 Statistical Methods I
MTH 253 Calculus III 5
CIS 210 - Computer Science I CS 161- Computer Science I 4
CIS 211- Computer Science II CS 162- Computer Science II 4
CIS 212- Computer Science III CS 260- Data Structures I 4
WR 321 Business Communications or WR 320 Scientific &Technical Writing WR 227 Technical and Professional Writing 4

Select one Science sequence from the following:

(see note 2)

  1. CH 221, BI 211 & 212 or 213   General Biology    
  2. CH 221, 222, 223 General Chemistry
  3. PHYS 201, 202, 203 General Physics 
  4. PHYS 251, 252, 253 Found. of Physics I
  5. PSY 201, 202, 302, 303, and 8 credits from PSY 430-468

Note:  Individual tracks (specialized courses of study) at the UO may have specific Science requirements.  Please check the UO web page for track information.

Select one Science sequence from the following:

(see note 2)

  1. CH 221 General Chemistry, BI 211 & 212 or 213 Principles of Biology
  2. CH 221, 222, 223 General Chemistry
  3. PH 201, 202, 203 General Physics
  4. PH 211, 212, 213 General Physics (Calculus)
  5. PSY 201, 202 Intro. to Psychology - additional PSY courses to be taken at U of O

 

There is also a Geology option at UO

 

 

 

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  • To be fully admitted as a CIS major, you must have:


    Lower Division Computer Science:

    CIS 210, 211 and 212 Computer Science I, II, III at UO

    or CS 161 and 162 Computer Science I, II and CS 260 (or CIS 261) Data Structures at an Oregon community college

    or equivalent courses from an accredited college

    Mathematics:

    MATH 231-232 Discrete Mathematics from UO or an Oregon community college

    or MATH 251-253 Calculus from an Oregon community college

    or equivalent courses from an accredited college


    Completed all required courses with grade of C- or better and an average grade of 2.60 or better.

    Although calculus is not required for CIS major status, it is required to graduate, and you should consider taking it early in your education.

NOTES

  • For U of O's Bachelor's Degree Requirements, refer to General Education. For PCC courses that transfer to U of O, refer to Transfer Equivalencies.
  • If you plan to earn an AAOT degree, all U of O general education requirements will be met by AAOT degree requirements.

PCC endeavors to create accurate transfer guides for students; however, requirements may change without notice. Students are responsible for working with PCC advisors and their transfer institution to ensure that their academic plan will meet requirements and timelines.

Last updated: August 2013