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Algorithmic Foundations Track
The Algorithmic Foundations track gives students a broad education on foundational concepts, tools, and techniques underlying existing and future areas of computer science.
All CS core courses, all track requirements, and their pre-requisites, regardless of department, must be completed with a grade of C or better.
Compilers: Principles and Practice
Data Mining and Machine Learning
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
|CS 38100||Introduction to the Analysis of Algorithms|
|CS 31400||Numerical Methods|
|CS 33400||Fundamentals of Computer Graphics|
|CS 35300||Principles of Concurrency and Parallelism|
|CS 35500||Introduction to Cryptography|
|CS 44800||Introduction to Relational Database Systems|
|CS 45600||Programming Languages|
|CS 48300||Introduction to the Theory of Computation|
|One 3-credit computer science course at the 300, 400, 500 level OR an independent study course approved by the track chair OR a math course from the following list; MA 34100, MA 35300, MA 36200, MA 36600, MA 38500, MA 42100, MA 45300
Note: One of CS 37300 or CS 47100 is needed as a required course; the other cannot be used to satisfy an elective.